Pros & Cons of the Gig Economy
By Dyfed Loesche (Statista)
This chart shows selected benefits and downsides of contingent work in the gig economy
A job for life is increasingly becoming hard to get by in many sectors in the advanced economies. A new way of working has emerged, captured in the term gig economy.
In this mode of business companies hire contingent workers, provisional employees who work for the organization on a non-permanent basis. While these workers like the flexibility, they also see significant downsides.
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