Work Market

Work Market connects top freelancers to the businesses that need them, automatically matching independent professionals with companies and work based on their unique skill sets. Independent professionals around the country rely on Work Market every day to connect to thousands of reliable and well-paying freelance assignments. Join the largest network of independent professionals on the planet.
Company Growth (employees)
Huntington, US
Size (employees)
569 (est)
Work Market was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Huntington, US

Key People at Work Market

Jeff Wald

Jeff Wald

Jeffrey Leventhal

Jeffrey Leventhal


Work Market Office Locations

Work Market has offices in Huntington, New York, Toronto and Los Angeles
Huntington, US (HQ)
7 High St. Suite 407
New York, US
254 w 31st st

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Total Funding

$66 m

Latest funding size

$25 m

Time since last funding

5 months


Work Market's latest funding round in April 2017 was reported to be $25 m. In total, Work Market has raised $66 m

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How to ace the interview for your dream job

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Marketing personalization startup Dynamic Yield adds $9M to its Series C, bringing it to $31M

 Dynamic Yield, which uses machine learning to help online marketers personalize customer experiences on their site, has added $9 million to its Series C, bringing it to a new total of $31 million. Its new investors are DTCP (Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners) and La Maison. Read More

How marketing will change in 2017

With more than one-fourth of 2017 over, many businesses feel pressured to achieve the goals they set for themselves at the beginning of the year. Next year’s resolutions are months away, but there are still changes happening this year that will heavily influence the practice of marketing in years to…

Gig economy stalwart TaskRabbit is contemplating a sale

 One of the earliest and most prominent startups of the so-called “sharing economy” or “gig economy,” is evaluating the possibility of selling itself. As reported by Recode, freelance work marketplace Taskrabbit acknowledged that it is contemplating a sale after receiving inbound interest from a pos…

What's In Store For Freelancers Under President Trump?

His anti-regulation stance may help more businesses hire freelancers, but will his other polices hurt independent workers themselves? His anti-regulation stance may help more businesses hire freelancers, but will his other polices hurt independent workers themselves?When Americ…
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