May 30, 2018 1 min read
Predictions say that by 2020, 40% of the workforce will go down the path of becoming freelancers, giggers, side hustlers, and entrepreneurs. That's just in two years time.
Along with this statistic, there is a massive migration of women to the gig economy. Women are looking for the flexibility that many employers can't provide.
This week Penny sits down with Ruby Lee, founder of Careers Emporium, to chat about this interesting dynamic in the Future of Work and its implications in the equality divide.
How do you think this movement to the gig economy will impact gender roles in the workplace? Pop your comments on Penny’s YouTube Channel.