Polyworking – the new job trend graduates are gunning for

The platforms available online to these polyworkers is virtually limitless, with websites such as Rev, Taskrabbit and Upwork offering a continuous stream of varying types of freelance work.

Some of the most popular types of polywork include beta testing, mentoring, content creation, live streaming, guest lecturing and activism.

This information reveals that the industries with the most polyworkers are software engineering, design, music and fashion.

As for employers, this new trend may end up forcing a change in employment contracts in order to allow employees to continue their polyworking with multiple companies.


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