Gig Economy

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The Gig Economy in US Counties

The gig economy is a category of work that is still largely undefined and unrecognized by U.S. policy, from the local up to the federal level. Nevertheless, the gig economy is growing and influencing the way that Americans view work, which poses a number of challenges for counties. 1. SHIFTING MINDSET OF WORK The growth … Continue reading

Gig-Economy and Entrepreneurial Activity – It reduces lower quality entrepreneurial activity research finds

We examine how the entry of gig-economy platforms influences local entrepreneurial activity. On one hand, such platforms may reduce entrepreneurial activity by offering stable employment for the un- and under-employed. On the other hand, such platforms may enable entrepreneurial activity by offering work flexibility that allows the entrepreneur to re-deploy resources strategically in order to … Continue reading

3 Key Jobs in the Gig Economy

By Lucy Wyndham – 16 million Americans are working in the so-called gig economy, doing alternative work. This can be either as a side job, as temporary emergency work or as a result of prioritising flexibility.  The gig economy can help to increase wealth by diversifying income streams, but it can also come with decreased job security and employee … Continue reading

The Gig Economy in UK – 4.4 per cent or 2.8 million people had worked in it in the last 12 months

The NatCen Panel, a probability-based online survey of 2,184 individuals in Britain, was used to provide a prevalence estimate of the number of people involved in the gig economy. The NatCen Panel found that 4.4 per cent of the population in Great Britain had worked in the gig economy in the last 12 months. This … Continue reading

The Gig Economy in US – About 1% of adults having tried one at some point

One of the most-hyped changes to the U.S. labor market has been “the rise of Uber and its ilk”—companies that use smartphone apps to connect workers to gig jobs. The most prominent example of this phenomenon is, of course, Uber, the ride-hailing service that allows people to summon drivers with an app and pay by the … Continue reading

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