Apr 15, 2019
Are you involved in the gig economy — or the labor market made up of freelance and other temporary work — that's gaining popularity? This type of sharing economy involves individuals and groups who connect with others through technology to make money using assets they already own (like cars and houses), often doing everyday tasks. Gigs can range anywhere from Airbnb hosting and delivering groceries to ethical hacking or designing blockchain technology for cryptocurrencies.
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