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The Institute for the Future's Profile of On-Demand Economy Workers

The Institute for the Future's (IFTF) Workable Futures: People Transforming Work in the Platform Economy describes 7 "archetypes" of on-demand economy (ODE) workers and their motivations for working in the ODE. To develop these archetypes, IFTF conducted in-depth ethnographic interviews...
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