Browsing: Digital gig work

  • According to a report by the Digital Economy Task Force, the gig economy in Kenya will grow by 33 per cent over the next five years.
  • According to a GSMA mobile economy report, by 2025, sub-Saharan Africa is expected to welcome 167 million new mobile subscribers.
  • The Humanity NFT program emerges as a critical player, offering a secure and non-intrusive way for individuals to participate in the Web3 space.

Africa’s gig economy, driven by the digital revolution, is reshaping the labour market, offering new avenues for employment and economic growth.

The World Bank highlights that more than 80 per cent of workers in sub-Saharbrock purdy jersey smith and soul black friday wig sale nike air max 90 futura dallas cowboys slippers mens oregon football jerseys sac à dos eastpak air jordan 1 low flyease adidas yeezy boost 350 turtle dove inflatable kayak uberlube luxury lubricant custom youth nfl jersey

A gig worker. Corporate employers are recognizing that the rise of gig workers will have a significant impact on their workforces.

Corporate employers can save on money, time and resources spent on recruiting and engaging full-time employees. Using gig workers can help reduce the time it takes to complete a project and can be cheaper than hiring.
This flexibility can allow organizations to also add new capabilities, supplementing the core team when they lack particular expertise, and thereby easily scale up or down on a project by project basis. The use of gig workers can allow companies to focus on their core operations. This frees owners, managers and employees to spend their time on their core income-generating activities. …