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In a modern age outsourcing is one of the most popular sector for self-employed people. It can be
simply defined like this: earning through Internet by using various skills is called outsourcing.

Why Outsourcing/Freelancing is too much popular in Bangladesh
Bangladesh is one of the world’s most densely populated countries in the world. Poverty is deep and
widespread here but some economist see it as one of the “Next Eleven” tier of developing countries
with potential for serious foreign-investment-led growth. But in Bangladesh there are many unemployed
people who do not find and manage a work for him for lacking of opportunity. It doesn’t mean that he is
not skilled; it is for the competition he is facing to manage a job here. As it is a small country and has a
huge population, for a simple job, he needs to compete with hundreds of candidate to manage a job.
The world today had become a small place with the discovery of Internet, Computers and phones
Communication had been made easy. As to find a local job is very challenging, the unemployed people
are now finding a job in Freelancing platform. To do freelancing or outsourcing works, you only need a
PC/Laptop and an Internet connection only. The Freelancer also gets higher payment as he manages the
job from USA or Canada or Australia. For these reasons outsourcing or freelancing is becoming more and
more popular now a days.

Where you can get outsourcing works, a list of Marketplaces
There are so many trusted website where you can get outsourcing/freelancing works. These websites
are call marketplace. The followings are some popular marketplaces where you can find outsourcing
Elance: Elance is an online staffing platform. It was first launched in 1999. Elance was initially developed
as a technology for supporting virtual work. Two years later Elance introduced a vendor management
system (VMS) for contractors and third-party services used by large enterprises.
Information technology jobs, such as web and mobile programming and development, account for the
majority of earnings on Elance (59%), followed by creative jobs (24%), marketing (7%), and operations
(7%). Jobs for writers and graphic designers are also popular. Elance maintains a current list of their
overall top 100 in-demand skills, and in 2011, the most in-demand skills were PHP programming,
wordpress programming, article writing, graphic design, and HTML programming. Specific data,
including global job growth numbers and earnings on the most in-demand skills, is made available on
Elance’s website.
oDesk: oDesk is a global online work platform where businesses and independent professionals connect
and collaborate remotely. On December 18, 2013, oDesk announced that it would sign a definitive
agreement to merge with Elance, to create an online workplace for a combined total 8 million registered
Freelancer: Freelancer is a global outsourcing marketplace, which allows potential employers to post
jobs that freelancers can then bid to complete. Founded in 2009, its headquarters is located in Sydney,