Upwork: Good Business But Slightly Pricey Stock

Jul. 20, 2021 10:55 AM ETUpwork Inc. (UPWK)FLNCF, FVRR6 Comments
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  • Upwork is well-positioned to capture revenues from the growing popularity of freelancing.
  • Freelancing is less expensive than full-time employees, but also more rewarding for expert freelancers.
  • Valuation may be a concern when assessing Upwork.
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Freelance work is increasing in popularity because hiring a freelancer is typically less expensive than hiring a full-time employee or agency. In addition, freelancers earn more than they would as employees for completing the same tasks even if they charge less. Therefore, it is

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