The Jobble Gig Economy Roundup

By Julia Ryder
June 24, 2019

10 Best Cities for Freelance Workers – TechRepublic

Using data from the US Census Bureau and more than 20 million tax returns, the report found that the total amount of freelancers in the US generated approximately $135 billion in the 2018 tax year.

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Will You Be Ready? Why All Companies In All Industries Need A Gig Economy Strategy – Forbes

I’ve always been an entrepreneur who’s worked at the edge of innovation by launching start-ups. But I rarely see the same innovative thinking that happens at a start-up applied and integrated into larger corporate systems. Until I met Paul Estes. Paul, host of the Gig Mindset podcast and other great writing is a hero in that arena, championing gig-economy thinking within Microsoft.

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How to Figure Out When Your Freelance Workday Is Over – Lifehacker

If your workload is only limited by the number of hours you are willing to put in, how do you decide when you’ve worked “enough”? Whether you’re a full-time freelancer, a gig economy worker, or a traditional employee pursuing a side hustle, at some point you’re going to have to ask yourself how to structure a workday that doesn’t fit into the standard 9-to-5 (or 8-to-5, or 9-to-6) template.

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