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Defining the Digital Workforce: The Maker Movement as a Gig Economy | Electronics360

The expansion of the gig economy can then give the Maker Movement a permanent home. Already, Upwork.com lists services such as glasswork and woodwork, showing that the non-technical side of the Maker Movement has a place in the gig economy. Even today in small towns across the U.S., craftworkers own small businesses and sell their […]

The expansion of the gig economy can then give the Maker Movement a permanent home. Already, Upwork.com lists services such as glasswork and woodwork, showing that the non-technical side of the Maker Movement has a place in the gig economy. Even today in small towns across the U.S., craftworkers own small businesses and sell their work in a “gig” fashion, albeit offline. It is likely these types of makers will eventually fill the demand the online gig economy is creating.

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