THE GIG TRAP: STUDY FINDS 'GIG ECONOMY' WORKERS UNLIKELY TO SECURE 'REGULAR' EMPLOYMENT

Working when you want and being your own boss may seem like a dream for many people, but an academic study reveals that those who do it full-time often get stuck in a trap, and their chance of moving to "regular" employment is slim.A...

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