Ride-share drivers, freelance writers, on-demand creatives, and dog walkers: From freelancing and contract work to makers and app-based task-takers, the gig economy is growing. The gig economy includes people who work full or part-time gigs (defined by the dictionary as assignments, contracts or part-time jobs) for either primary or supplemental income. Though some may work inside the traditional 9-to-5, many are working odd hours, additional hours or long hours for reasons that range from desired flexibility to much-needed extra income. We’re looking at the data and stories around the trend, as well as offering resources to help you stay on strong financial footing while you gig.
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