Is The Gig Economy Jumping The Shark? #infographic

Is The Gig Economy Jumping The Shark?

Giant jobs have always been known as the future economy since the Great Recession–but are US employees still making cash from giant employment after a century? In the aftermath of the 2008 Great Depression, many of the largest giant startups started.

The demand for temporary and fast beginning employment was stimulated by 7.2% unemployment after the Great Recession. The gig economy has grown exponentially over the decade since. But although the business appears booming, gig workers are struggling; for an emergency or a different problem, 60% couldn't afford $400.

After swelling figures sprung up the car, many realized that the way things were set up was not practical to survive as a full-time concert employee. Many Gig employees are not paid a living wage and even the most active players, such as Uber and Lyft, have lost considerably in terms of salary between 2014 and 2018.
Is The Gig Economy Jumping The Shark? #infographic

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