Brunei Freelance Jobs, Brunei Work Projects. Up until now Brunei freelancers are still mostly being sought out for ASEAN IT & Programming and Asian Design & Multimedia jobs, which probably make up a combined 60 percent of jobs posted on Brunei freelancer platforms. Please also visit our new Brunei Job Blog for Expats where you can join, inform, ask, discuss and write about many interesting job and work topics. Some of the less sought-after jobs, at least for now, are Brunei Finance & Management (around 2 percent of total jobs posted), Brunei Sales and Marketing Projects (around 9 percent), and Brunei Engineering & Manufacturing (around 2 percent); however these categories enjoys the strongest earning growth. This shows that in general companies are becoming more confident about the work quality and interested in using Brunei freelancer and Brunei independent contractors.
Brunei Freelance Jobs – Co-Working Space
Brunei Freelance Jobs. Brunei training company Tru Synergy has established ‘co-working space’ for the first time in Brunei to cultivate budding startups and helping freelancer with space and facilities. The company has set up the Silicon Valley-inspired workspace at its office in Telanai to complement its flagship Founder’s Institute startup accelerator programme. Md Hadi Shafie Othman, director of Tru Synergy Brunei Tru Synergy, said that coworking space is an effective and affordable solution for ICT and technology startups looking for a space during the early stage of their business. He said coworking spaces operate like startup campuses that encourage collaboration among entrepreneurs, designers and developers. The facility will provide tenants with power outlets and WiFi, a shared meeting room as well as access to serial entrepreneurs who will serve as mentors. Md Hadi Shafie said he is confident the concept will work in Brunei and will be a new addition to the nation’s entrepreneurship development ecosystem.
Brunei and ASEAN Freelancing Superpowers
Brunei Freelance Jobs in ASEAN, Brunei and Asian Work Projects. Singapore is the top ASEAN market for hiring freelance talent online and a top 10 market globally. Businesses in Singapore spent 46% more on hiring freelancers online versus last year. Technology is the largest category of online work in Singapore, accounting for 60% of total spend. The four fastest-growing categories in Singapore are; Technology, Design & Multimedia, Writing & Translation, and Admin Support. The Philippines is locked in a dead heat with Indonesia and Vietnam to become the next great hub for freelancing in ASEAN (Southeast Asia). The Philippines has the second-highest number of freelancers. However, Indonesia is not trailing far behind. The pool of freelancers in the Philippines is skilled at copy typing and Microsoft Excel – while their Indonesian counterparts are good at graphic design and article writing. The freelancers in Vietnam tend to get a lot of PHP-related jobs because PHP is one of the top three skills in the country.