The Gig Economy Has Jumped the Shark

Maggie Kimberl  |

The gig economy was a great stopgap for people needing to scrape by when the economy was in serious trouble, but now that the economy is stronger workers can find better job prospects elsewhere and gig companies are struggling to keep workers. Some gig companies are experiencing turnover as high as 500% each year, and what was once thought to be an unlimited supply of labor is shrinking rapidly. How can the gig economy survive? Learn more below.

Director of Promotions, NowSourcing, Inc. Content Editor for American Whiskey Magazine.

DISCLOSURE: I work for the infographic design agency that developed this infographic.

The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors, and do not represent the views of Readers should not consider statements made by the author as formal recommendations and should consult their financial advisor before making any investment decisions. To read our full disclosure, please go to: The author of this article, or a firm that employs the author, is a holder of the following securities mentioned in this article : none



Symbol Last Price Change % Change






Can the Media Solve the Partisan Conflict?

Andrew McCarthy, Contributing Editor, The National Review; Michael Zeldin, CNN Legal Analyst; Celeste Katz, Senior Political Reporter, Glamour; Silvia Davi, SVP, Contributing Editor,; and Doug Simon, CEO, D S Simon Media discuss how the media’s role has shaped the landscape for communicators and what the media is trying to do to reduce discord in society.