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Long-term clients score

b42a991f
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MD Emon M Member Since: Jan 30, 2021
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My long-term client's score is 25%. Now the question is, I don't know either it is a good score or a bad one. I have started my career in February 2021. Can anyone answer this, please Smiley Happy

andregutierrez22
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Andrea G Moderator Member Since: Jul 7, 2020
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Hi MD Emon,

 

Of the clients you’ve worked with within the past year, this metric shows the percentage of clients you worked with for at least three months. This could be over one or multiple contracts and could be hourly or fixed-price work. You can learn more about My Stats here.

Having a high or low percentage here is not good or bad. Longer-term relationships are a plus and can help boost your Job Success Score. But not having them won't count against you.

 

~Andrea
Upwork

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b42a991f
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MD Emon M Member Since: Jan 30, 2021
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Thanks a lot, I think I've got my answer.

mdshahjalal820
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Md Shah J Member Since: Mar 4, 2021
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I have a confusion about 3 months
If I start to work with client "XYZ" on 22nd March
How it will be work
is it March, April, and May, or it will be count on 22nd June?

petra_r
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Petra R Member Since: Aug 3, 2011
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Md Shah J wrote:

I have a confusion about 3 months
If I start to work with client "XYZ" on 22nd March


It will count 3 months later, (22nd of June) provided there were regular payments throughout.

b42a991f
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MD Emon M Member Since: Jan 30, 2021
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You should count the number of days from when you started the job.

3 Months = 90 days approximately.

Means from 26 March + 90 days = 26 June.

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