Why has there been a surge of self-employed IT professionals?

Trevor Treharne
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The number of IT contractors has gone up 55 per cent since 2010. Here's the explanation for it

The number of IT professionals working as contractors has increased at nearly twice the rate as the growth in the number of IT sector employees over the past six years, according to data obtained b...

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