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Short-Term "Gig" Work Is Booming with Options

According to the Pew Research Center, in 2015, nearly one in ten Americans earned money from a job found through a digital platform. The majority of these jobs are part-time, with flexible schedules, but generally don't offer the benefits found in traditional jobs (not yet, anyway). In Page One Economics®, Mark Bayles explores the gig economy and how even this reshaped labor market includes a familiar role for entrepreneurs and the factors of production.

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