A lot, according to the latest data from PwC.
The global online marketplace data firm reported on Thursday that its online freelance market is now worth about $18 billion.
The figure is down from $23 billion last year.
The report, which was based on PwLoan figures, does not count payments made by freelancers.
The PwTMO estimates that freelancers now make $13.4 billion from their online business.
The numbers show that PwCo’s data is consistent with a recent report from McKinsey.
McKinsey found that freelancer revenue has increased by 12.7 percent annually in the past three years, while PwPesa’s figure has been flat.
In the past, McKinsey said, freelance income was “the most stable source of income” for freelancers, who had to pay out of pocket.