Best & Worst States for Gig Economy Jobs – Montana #2 ….Worst
Are you looking to ditch your 9 to 5 routine and try something new? The gig economy has exploded into a billion-dollar business, with leaders such as Uber and Airbnb being valued at $120 billion and $31 billion, respectively.
Research shows that, by 2020, the gig economy—made up of shorter-term jobs— will be a primary income source for 43% of the American workforce, up from 34% in 2017. Increased demand for work flexibility has driven the growth of this market, even though salaries are, in general, lower than those of typical long-term jobs.
By Kelly Main