Gig economy creates ripples in Australia’s A$2.1 trillion pension pool

//Gig economy creates ripples in Australia’s A$2.1 trillion pension pool

Gig economy creates ripples in Australia’s A$2.1 trillion pension pool

SYDNEY (Reuters) – When ride-hailing company Uber started in 2014, Sydney resident Rosalina Kariotakis was among the first drivers to sign up, becoming part of the “gig economy” where freelance work is transforming the traditional job market in step with advances in technology.

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