Gig Economy

The refers to the trend of companies hiring independent workers on a temporary or project-by-project basis, rather than employing them as regular full-time workers.

This type of work arrangement is often facilitated through online platforms that connect workers with companies that need their services.

The is a growing trend, with many workers choosing to work in this way in order to have more flexibility and control over their work.

The is a labor market characterized by the prevalence of short-term contracts or freelance work as opposed to permanent jobs.

In the , workers are often considered independent contractors and are not entitled to the same benefits and protections as regular employees.

This type of work arrangement can offer workers more flexibility and , but it can also make it more difficult for them to access benefits such as and savings.

The has grown in recent years, thanks in part to the increasing availability of online platforms that connect workers with companies in need of their services.

Many workers are drawn to gig work because it allows them to choose their own hours and work on their own terms. However, the has also been criticized for contributing to inequality and insecurity.

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