New survey sheds light on gig workers and their evolving roles in the trillion-dollar industry
By: Stephanie Ramirez
“Pre-Covid, people were saving the money they made from their gigs. Post-Covid, people are using their gig earnings to pay household bills. … If that continues, that's a major change.” — Dr. Robert Peterson, Professor of Marketing and Chair of Business Admin., The University of Texas at Austin
In a comprehensive effort to unravel the intricate dynamics of the gig economy, a new survey sponsored by PayQuicker and the Ultimate Gig Research Project has been released, providing critical insights into the ever-changing world of gig workers in the United States. The research, based on surveys conducted in July 2020 and April 2023, forms an integral part of the extensive Ultimate Gig Research Project, dedicated to empirically assessing gig economy trends to enhance business strategies and inform public policy decisions.
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