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Often it is the frustration of not getting any further with the current employer, always only acting on the instructions of the superiors, the boredom in day-to-day business or the desire to concentrate more on certain industries, topics or programming languages: More and more developers and network specialists from smaller companies are making decisions to go into business for yourself. In addition, the demand for flexible but secure IT infrastructures was high, especially at the beginning of the corona pandemic – which is probably one of the reasons why many took the opportunity to become their own boss.
Conversely, other IT employees were happy about their status, especially in the pandemic with all its uncertainties. They said goodbye to the home office and continued to receive their regular salary. Every now and then, however, the thought of more freedom and flexibility came up even with these well-paid IT people.
Now that the home office regulations have expired, many would like more flexibility again – instead of tormenting their way to the office every day, they would prefer to work mobile from the café or while sitting by the water. You want to choose social contacts yourself and also not act in a controlled manner all day. And so the idea of becoming self-employed as a freelancer is currently ripening in many minds.
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