Freelance cloud workers go online to pitch their skills to millions of potential employers through interfaces that match potential employers with talented freelance workers about the world. Some people call these digital sweat shops, because they match workers all over the work with potential employers who pay only for the services they want at the lowest possible prices. From a pure economic standpoint, these outsource shops are lowering the cost of services, by outsourcing those services around the world. These lower cost help skilled employees to match up with employers who obtain better skills are lower prices. The benefits of international trade will now show up in services that are priced according to skill level.

The flexibility and these sites and the ability to transcend borders makes freelance cloud working a powerful new engine of global growth. Now a South African firm can get world class talent from anywhere in the world. … "Freelance Cloud Workers" will have a long-term positive impact on the this entity, which adds to its value. "Freelance Cloud Workers" is an easily defendable qualitative factor, so competing institutions will have a difficult time overcoming it.