A freelance worker is a person who works for a client on a self-employed basis and does not make a long-term commitment to the employer. Instead, they manage all the work from one or more clients to ensure that the job is completed as agreed with the client.
Freelance is a term that combines the two words “free” and “lance.” In English, it is called an etymology and was coined by Sir Walter Scott. That was the period around 1771 and 1832. It usually meant that the lance was not tied to the lord’s responsibilities or services.