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Freelance-Market Australia has been developed in coope­ration with Nobel Prize winner Reinhard Selten as a highly transparent marketplace for the most efficient introduction of contractors.

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shop-award-usability-s-auContractors in Australia do not like to be constantly engaged in hopeless applications to recruitment agents who charge a large ongoing commission for the duration of the relationship.

Australian contractors prefer to enter into a direct contract with the client. Through Freelance-Market, the client searches for the most appropriate contractor with 37% of all introductions result in direct contracts.

The hourly rate is clearly stated up front, removing the necessity for further price negotiations. As a consequence, we generate an average of 2.2 projects per contractor per year, about ten times more than other job market sources... more

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