Gig jobs have high churn, ~40-60% after a year

https://www.theatlas.com/charts/SypDOTv-x

Lots of charts that show a large percentage of workers leave after a year. Also, as better jobs come about, if wages don’t rise in gig jobs, churn will be even higher:

“It doesn’t look like [gig work] is becoming more lucrative for people,” says Fiona Greig, co-author on the JPMorgan Chase Institute report. “As the labor force strengthens in general, more and more people have better options.”

Source: People are quitting gig jobs in the sharing economy — Quartz

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