Contingent workforce's growth gets downward revision: study
from Staffing Industry Analysts
The U.S. contingent workforce appears to have grown less than first estimated, according to a report this month that follows up to a 2016 study by the same authors — Harvard University professor Lawrence Katz and Princeton University professor Alan Kruger. It found the percent of workers in alternative work arrangements likely only rose by one or two percentage points between 2005 and 2015 instead of the five percentage-point increase in the initial study.
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