Is The Gig Economy Jumping The Shark? #infographic

Is The Gig Economy Jumping The Shark? #infographic

Giant jobs have always been known as the Future Economy since the Great Recession–but do US workers still earn cash from giant jobs after a hundred years? Numerous of the biggest giant startups started after the Great Depression of 2008.

The demand for temporary and fast-start jobs was driven by 7.2 per cent unemployment after the Great Recession. The gig economy grew exponentially over the decade thereafter. But while the industry appears to be booming, gig workers are struggling; 60% couldn't afford $400 for an emergency or other problem.

When swelling figures jumped over the car, most noticed that the way things were set up wasn't realistic to survive as a full-time concert worker. Most Gig workers are not paid a living salary and even the most active players, like Uber and Lyft, suffered dramatically in terms of wages between 2014 and 2018.

Is The Gig Economy Jumping The Shark? #infographic

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