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It costs a lot to hire a new employee. While the amount varies, according to Recruiter Box, hiring a new employee can cost up to $5,000

It doesn’t matter if you’re selling products or services, every business experiences busy times and lean times.

Are you a college student looking to extra extra income or to help pay for your education? If you answered “yes,” then consider opening up the door to the gig economy.

Gig work is a great option for many: students right out of college, people in between full-time work, or anybody who wants to take ownership of their work schedules.

In the next few years, the majority of U.S. workers will take part in the gig economy. Currently, most people use gig work as their second source of income, but

If you’d like to learn a new skill, choose the job and company where you want to work, work on your own terms, and have a more flexible work schedule, the gig economy may be your answer.

As a business owner in today’s digital age, the ways to conduct business are constantly evolving.

If you want to make extra cash with a side job or gig but don’t think you have the right skills, think again. While Gigsters run the gamut from recent grads to retirees

From hospitality and event management, to retail and construction, to food and beverage industries, staffing solutions are evolving to meet the requirements of a new breed of employees.

A major trend in the workforce today is the growing gig economy. What is the gig economy? According to Google Dictionary, it's "a labor market characterized by the prevalence

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