The Jobble Gig Economy Roundup

By Julia Ryder
July 15, 2019

How The Gig Economy Can Boost The Mental Health Of Workers – Forbes

A new study from researchers at INSEAD seems to fall more into the latter camp, as it argues that self-employed workers in the U.K. have better mental health than their salaried peers, with gig workers found to drink less, have higher confidence levels and generally exhibit less signs of stress.

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The 10 Services Freelancers Want From Their Talent Marketplace – Forbes

A freelance marketplace has only four meaningful assets: the talented freelancers offering services, the productivity of internal employees, the tech that enables clients to easily and rapidly contract with the right external experts, and the ability of the platform to learn, improve, and maximize effectiveness and cost efficiency through data science based insights.

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The New Customer: Cultivating Talent – Staffing Industry Review

To help gig workers burnish their credentials and land the next role, staffing agencies today are using a number of methods to keep them engaged and proactive in their gig work pursuits. Here are a few of the strategies you can use to engage contingent talent.

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