Have you ever heard of midlancers or midlancing? These unusual words have been around for a while. They describe an atypical work arrangement somewhere in between freelancing and regular employment, as explained in a short article by Anna Janssens:
“As a midlancer, you work independently, but you are tied to a midlance agency. This means that you are not self-employed, but have the status of an employee. The advantage of midlancing is that you get many different assignments to work on. This makes your job very varied.”
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