With growing number of freelancers, Forbes research says that approximately 40% of US population will start freelancing by 2020. This is bound to have a global impact as well. India bags second position with the highest number of internet users in the world.

The rapid growth of Internet users and increased usage of smartphones, freelancing becomes a new trend of working in India. Owing to the comfort, money, and freedom, freelancing is now becoming popular between country’s youth’s population. There are now more ways to work remotely than ever before, from desktops, smartphones, applications, and other personal technology that lets you communicate with one another virtually from anywhere.

A Pune-based freelancer quoted this, “He earns more than most of his MNC friends. He has complete freedom from his bosses, from eight-hour-work rules and traffic.” Your quality of work, professional experience in related project works, global networking, and portfolios are the important keys for the growth in freelancing market.

He earns more than most of his MNC friends. He has complete freedom from his bosses, from eight-hour-work rules and traffic.

The highest numbers of freelancing works occur in Content Writing, Digital Marketing, Web Designing, Web development, Graphics Design, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Social Media Manager, Accounting and Language Translation.

Times Graduates lists down here popular websites for finding best Part time freelance jobs in India, which will help you to keep you busy with new jobs.

1. Freelancer is the world’s largest freelancing and crowdsourcing marketplace by the number of users and projects. They connect over 24,474,669 employers and freelancers globally from over 247 countries, region, and territories. Freelancer marketplace, employers can hire freelancers to do work in areas such as software development, writing, data entry and design right through to engineering, the sciences, sales and marketing, accounting and legal services.

2. WorknHire, a product of WorknHire Technologies Pvt Ltd,  has been created to bridge the gap between Freelancers and Client in India by bringing them under one roof. The idea of WorknHire came to us seeing the demand generated by the numerous start-ups and small business to find freelancers/contractors for their work and hence a customized solution for the Indian market.

3. Guru

Guru Freelance Portal help skilled individuals around the world find work opportunities regardless of location. All you have to do is signup, create a profile with mentioning the areas of interest and experience and you will automatically receive proposal notification from related fields. Guru makes it easy to showcase previous work you’ve completed to back up your proposals. It also provides Job Matches daily so you don’t miss out on an opportunity.

4. Truelancer

Truelancer is basically an Indian web portal and saves lots of work options for Indian freelancers. Truelancer website is operated by ‘Truelancer Internet Private Limited’ registered with Government of India under Companies Act 2013. Truelancer provides an interactive Online Platform for Freelancers and Employers to collaborate and work together. Creating an account, finding work or posting a project is free of cost in Truelancer.

5. Freelance India is one of the fastest growing freelance job portals in India. At FreelanceIndia you can find an extensive databank of not only business and individuals with assignments from every conceivable category but also professionals with the requisite skills for these assignments. FreelanceIndia has both free and paid membership. Here Freelancers can get a personalized web page at FreelanceIndia and in turn get a quick Google listing.