Gig economy in Britain doubles, accounting for 4.7 million workers

Share This Story

TUC finds worker rights fading as gig platforms proliferate to employ one in 10 adults

Britain’s booming gig economy has more than doubled in size over the past three years and now accounts for 4.7 million workers, according to a report laying bare the increasingly precarious nature of employment.

In a sign of the rapid shift in the modern jobs market as many as one in 10 working-age adults now work on gig economy platforms, up from one in 20 as recently as 2016, finds the study from the TUC and academics at the University of Hertfordshire.

Continue reading…

Leave a Reply