Internet expansion over the last twenty years has led to the fact that work over the Internet has become quite a normal thing. Here we talk about freelance jobs that can be submitted under the category of contract freelance jobs.
The difference between full-time jobs, where you are engaged by an employer for a longer period of time and contract freelance jobs, is that you must be registered and where you will get contracts from employers but these jobs will often not be for a long period of time. This is roughly the most common case, you are hired to do a website for a few days and paid for it. After the end of the deal, the contract was concluded.
These are short term jobs and can be downloaded for example by debugging WordPress sites, creating WordPress sites, etc. Here are 4 freelance contact Websites I use to get a job over the Internet:
Upwork – I used this site 7 years ago when it was called Odesk. There was also the Elance site, but with Odesk it was transformed into Upwork and now is a compact symbiosis of these two sites. Upwork has a rather rigid policy regarding work over the last few years. The competition on this site is quite large, but by hard work and effort you can get a job.