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Guest Blog: Caunce O’Hara
November 23, 2018
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Caunce O’Hara:
B
usiness insurance for the self employed.

Established in 1995, Caunce O’Hara are experts in providing comprehensive and competitive insurance cover for contractors and SMEs.

As a UK Chartered Commercial Insurance Broker, we have provided insurance policies to 500+ different professions and currently look after 30,000 clients from a wide range of market sectors.

Find out more here.

UK Freelance: Interesting Statistics

The UK freelance economy is booming with more and more workers leaving their full-time jobs to work for themselves.

Here are some interesting statistics about UK Freelance economy from the past couple of years.

  1. According to Recruitment International, 63% of UK employees says they are willing to consider freelancing.
  2. Signature Works states that the UK freelance economy is worth £119bn per annum.
  3. Money Supermarket recently posted an interesting article about the best places in the UK to be a freelancer.  In it they highlighted the most popular freelance careers.
  4. Did you know, UK freelancers get more exercise than full-time employees each week? According to Live Force.
  5. There has been a 66% rise in the number of 26 to 29 year old’s choosing a freelance career in the past decade.
  6. If the UK freelance economy continues to grow at its current rate, it is expected that 50% of the UK workforce could be self-employed by 2020!

If you’re a freelancer looking for insurance please click here for further details or call one of our award-winning Schemes Team on 0333 321 1403 for advice

If you are worried about your business or just want a (free) no obligation chat, contact Clarke Bell on 0161 907 4044 or [email protected] today. Our Licensed Insolvency Practitioners will provide you with the best professional advice for your situation.

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