In the Future We’ll All Be TaskRabbitsBy
The temporary workforce in the U.S. is looking increasingly permanent. In April, 2.66 million people took on temp work, making up almost 2 percent of the country’s overall workforce, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Those numbers are approaching the all-time highs hit in 2000.
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