COVID-19 is shaking up the gig economy: how can we move forward?
Whether you are looking to expand your business to new territories or simply want to try hiring gig workers as a new company, location matters. We have analysed which cities are best for hiring gig workers.
Using data from the Appjobs Institute, we have created a list of the best industries to find on-demand staff based on factors such as the average pay and customer availability within the sector.
With the holiday season rapidly approaching, demand is increased in most sectors. How can you find the right workers to help you meet demand during this holiday season?
We take a look at the latest trends in student jobs and where the gig economy is headed based on our findings.
The gig economy is growing aggressively in the European Union. Legislators in the EU are having a hard time adjusting to these changes and especially on how to define this kind of work.
But who exactly are the people who are browsing our website for jobs and what are they interested in? Let’s take a look at some valuable data that can paint a clearer picture of the gig-worker persona.
Gig workers cherish their freedom, and most of them would rather not commit to a 9 to 5 desk job. The gig economy is technologically dependent, therefore it is important that banks keep up.
Are you wondering if and how your company fits in the equation? What makes a company a good match for our more than 300.000 gig working members?
Who would have thought how much our lives would change with a portable device that can can function not just as a phone but as a mini computer? The smartphone has completely changed how we work in a number of ways.