Consumers obviously love it, but what does it mean for the people doing the work?

Brian Paulen discusses how the gig economy impacts recruiting in the January issue of Seattle Business. 

Independent contractors have been around at least as long as bounty hunters and substitute teachers. With the explosion of web apps and virtual offices, however, part-time and independent workers account for a rapidly growing share of the economy. It even has a name: the “gig economy.” Brian Paulen weighs in on how this shift has impacted recruiting and workers' expectations in the January 2016 issue of Seattle Business

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