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archana agarwal
Mar 14, 2022
An early 2021 Statista survey of global game developers found that 67 per cent of responding developers were either part- or full-time permanent employees. A further 14 per cent of respondents stated that they were self-employed. Hence, from the above survey report, it is safe to say that in 2022, most game developers will prefer remote freelance game developer jobs. If you are a game developer, you know very well that the job requires your mind’s creative juices to stay active, and your imagination power is the major tool you use daily. You need a relaxed working atmosphere to keep your creative juices active and your imagination tool profound. Your work atmosphere will remain relaxing when you are your own boss, and you have a steady flow of projects. Most people are reluctant to join freelancing because they fear that they might not be able to sustain themselves by quitting their 9 to 5 jobs. This fear is mostly not true if you know where to look for projects. Freelance game developer jobs are rising, but many freelancers don’t know what to look for. Hence, they struggle to find freelance game developer jobs. If you are one of them, then I am sure after reading this, you will know where to find plenty of freelance game developer jobs. There are many ways to find ample freelance game developer jobs in this rising gig economy, but let me list down the three sources from where I personally, as a freelancer, find lots of projects: Social Media: The social media platforms are the best place to find jobs, recommendations and freelance projects. You find freelance game developer jobs on Facebook groups, Instagram and Twitter profiles of companies, and LinkedIn job section. Though all social media platforms are great, LinkedIn is specially designed for professional endeavours. You can connect with companies, HR professionals, etc., and put your best pitch forward to earn their projects. Personal Contacts: People who know you personally are more likely to offer you a project or recommend you for a project. If you have friends and family in the industry, then your first step should be to connect with them and seek their help. Freelancing Portals: This is where I find the majority of the projects and clients to meet my daily needs. If you are a freelance game developer, you will find a majority of game developer jobs and projects on freelancing sites and portals. I have worked on major freelancing portals like Upwork, Fiverr, truelancer, etc. Still, I got some of my recent lucrative projects from a newer freelancing marketplace called Eiliana.com. Eiliana has many features that I found unique, like the project scope, differential pricing models, etc. I found some good clients from different countries who are posting lucrative projects regularly. You can also find many lucrative freelance game developer jobs on Eiliana.com as well. Lastly, Freelance game developer jobs are rising, and many companies are hiring freelancers in this domain. The above three methods have worked for me personally, and I think it will work for you as well.
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