Freelancers make up 35 percent of the total workforce, and some experts believe the gig economy will double again in four years. While the most visible movement has been on the blue-collar side of the equation, white-collar workers have started to bring their specialized skill sets to the freelance table. 

While marketplaces are still adjusting to this shift, business decision makers can take steps to get ahead of the white-collar mass migration.

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