Giant jobs were still known as the future economic structure after the Great Recession – but are US workers really earning cash from big jobs after a century? In the aftermath of the Great Depression of 2008 many of the biggest startups appeared. After the Great Recession, 7.2 per cent unemployment drove demand for temporary and fast starting jobs.
The gig financial network grew rapidly in the decade after. But while the business appears to be booming, gig staff are struggling; 60 per cent couldn't afford $400 for an emergency or one of a kind issue.
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