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Gig work isn’t changing job landscape, SF economist finds – SFGate

Drawing from a mix of census numbers and government labor and economic statistics, it concludes that 29 percent of employees are part of the gig economy — roughly the same percentage as in 2000.“What we are not seeing yet is that those platforms are leading to more people being part-time employed or self-employed than we […]

Drawing from a mix of census numbers and government labor and economic statistics, it concludes that 29 percent of employees are part of the gig economy — roughly the same percentage as in 2000.“What we are not seeing yet is that those platforms are leading to more people being part-time employed or self-employed than we have seen for 20 years,” said Ted Egan, the city economist who wrote the report.

Source: Gig work isn’t changing job landscape, SF economist finds – SFGate

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