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The result of full-time jobs phasing out and full-time employees being the last choice for companies.
How big is the gig economy? Official figures are hard to come by, especially when employers and freelancers try to avoid paying any taxes and health insurance, if they'd get away with it.
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by MathPlus September 18, 2017
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An economy in which incidental or short-term employment is widespread.
The US economy is becoming a gig economy as more and more people are taking jobs with companies like Uber. It has been estimated that by 2020, forty percent of the workers in the US will be working gig jobs.
by professor too January 30, 2017
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