Ryan White Comments on Gig Workers Amidst Employment Rate Drop in Toronto Star

"Gig work model gives the illusion of flexibility"

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1 February 2024
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In a recent article in the Toronto Star, Ryan White discusses the surge in gig workers amidst a declining employment rate in Canada. 

He noted that the gig work model's perceived flexibility becomes attractive during challenging economic times, especially for newcomers facing structural barriers. The article also raises concerns about potential exploitation and the impact on vulnerable workers, emphasizing the need to ensure gig jobs provide a sustainable means of making a living.

The full article can be found here

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