Spanish is the fourth largest language in the world behind English, Chinese and Hindi. There are 23 counties that have Spanish as their official language and those countries are spread over four continents. Now all Spanish speaking countries of the world have access to post their Freelance Global Gigs (FGG) Low Cost Marketplace services in Spanish which is then available in over 100 leading worldwide languages.
The Spanish language started out of Europe, like so many global languages, but saw explosive growth in South, Central and North America, including in the Caribbean.
Here is a breakdown by Spanish speaking country and population:
Spain Freelancing Global Gigs 46 million population
Mexico Freelancing Global Gigs 129 million population
Costa Rica 4.9 million population
El Salvador 6.3 million population
Guatemala 17 million population
Honduras 9,25 million population
Nicaragua 6.2 million population
Panama 4.0 million population
- Coming Soon.
Cuba Cuba 11.5 million population
Dominican Republic 10.7 million population
Santo Domingo .96 million population
Puerto Rico 3.2 million population
Argentina 44 million population
Bolivia 11 million population
Chile 18 million population
Colombia 49 million population
Ecuador 16.6 million population
Paraguay 6.8 million population
Peru 32 million population
Uruguay 3.45 million population
Montevideo 1.38 million population
Venezuela 32 million population
Equatorial Guinea 1.2 million population
For freelancers in Spanish speaking countries, FGG Low Cost Marketplace provides the ability to post their specialized services in their native language for free, and have their content marketed in over 100 languages all over the global. The result is over 200,000 related links to all new posts. And this is done with one of the lowest transaction costs anywhere on the worldwide web.
This service is perfect for those just beginning their career shift to the much higher paying global freelance market. We know of mothers in some countries who work at night– after their full-time shift at their local job is over– building their new global business. There’s never any upfront costs. The markets are easy to enter, but it is hard to develop a strong global presence for your services.
The freelance market in the US alone is paying an average of over $70,000 per year– more than the average US worker. It is now easy for any Spanish speaking person to enter that market. Even though the average pay is very high, it will take a lot of work and effort to compete on a worldwide or US scale.
Below are the top six languages with corresponding Freelance Gig News posted in each separate language (ranked by population):