Top 10 Sites for Hiring Freelancers

Jennifer Payne | September 5th, 2017 | ,

In a previous post we shared the importance of gig labor and some tips on how to manage gig workers. In this followup post we’ve put together our list of helpful sites for hiring gig workers:


Find freelancers from every category imaginable. Search for writers, programmers, translators, engineers, virtual assistants, and more.


One of the first freelancer sites and geared toward design and development. Search for mobile developers, designers, writers, salespeople, and marketers.


Every type of job, all on short-term contracts


Blue collar, white collar, and every type of gig in between


Videographers, directors, editors and animators


Resource for finding local tech and non-tech contract labor

Rat Race Rebellion

Jobs from the comfort of your own bedroom


Telecommuting, Freelance, Part time gigs.  Great resource and very broad scope offering.

Spare 5

Small jobs you can do from your office or home computer, including language translation, image editing, data entry and file optimizing.

HelloTech Support

On demand Tech Support / Computer, Home, Mobile support

What is Intervals?

Intervals is a web-based Mission Control for managing and tracking teams all over the world. We built it to track your projects, time, and tasks, so you can focus on the work, not the managing. We also realize that even smaller companies can have hundreds of freelance workers waiting in the wings, so we priced our software on per project not per user.  Intervals saves you money and gives you flexibility in how you manage your work.

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