We're carrying out some research into how much young people get paid for their freelance work so we can share some bigger data with everyone so they are more well equipped to know what is reasonable and what isn't.
This form won't expire - we'll just keep adding to the date on site each month so you can be more informed about how much you should expect to be paid.
We will make sure we keep all data completely anon - we only ask for your contact details so we can get in touch if we have a query and to make sure we don't get false results. If you do work somewhere very small and you're worried the data could be traced back to you, just pop a note at the end and we can make sure we group your data by sector instead of employer.
If you have any questions simply drop an email to
Let us know where you're working and how much you're getting paid for it
Where are you freelancing?
What do you do there?
Please describe your role. Eg. Social Producer working shifts or commissioned to write 500 word opinion piece
How much are you paid?
Please make sure to explain how much work you do to get this rate. For example, £125 for a 10 hour day shift or £200 for 1,500 words.
How recent is this rate?
When was the last time you worked here and got paid this? It's not a problem if you haven't worked there for a while, but we'd like to factor it in.
This helps us to verify your data is legit - we won't let anyone know it was you who submitted, don't worry.
What's your name?
And your email?
Help us to gauge a bigger picture by giving us a few extra details
How old are you?
How long have you been working as a journalist?
How did you get the freelance job?
Have you ever had a problems freelancing?
Anything else to add?
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