Gig Economy is a term used to describe the emerging economic system where business are shifting towards using more independent, or “freelance”, type workers for shorter-term projects, or “gigs”. This new model can be advantageous because it can be more responsive to the needs of customers while creating a more flexible work environment for employees. The Gig Economy is built on technologies and innovations like:
- Online Platforms – this includes not only the boom of e-commerce but also marketplaces enabling freelancers to find targeted jobs
- Cloud Computing – the physical networking infrastructure and data centers that prop up our digital tool chest of software and services on-demand is essential for enabling the remote-based, fast-paced Gig Economy
- Co-Working Spaces – the boom of shared office spaces has spawned an array of new businesses catering to the evolving workplace model. Gig Economy ETFs can be an attractive option for investors that want to tap into the companies best positioned to take advantage of tomorrow’s entrepreneurs.
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As of 01/28/21