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The gig economy is coming and it is going to shake up the job market, according to a report from the National Association of Manufacturers.
The group said that jobs are going to become harder to find, as employers are increasingly looking for the skills that can be acquired via a gig economy.
The report, released Monday, said that the growth in gig economy jobs has been “worsening” and said that it will take more than a few years before there are enough job seekers for the gig economy to sustainably employ more than 50 million people.
More than two-thirds of the job growth that has occurred since the start of the gig industry has been in the technology sector, with the number of jobs created in the healthcare, hospitality, retail, manufacturing and retail sectors falling, the report said.
It also said that more people are moving into the gig market than ever before.
“As more people move into the economy, there will be fewer and fewer jobs for people who already have experience,” said Matthew Schulz, the president of the National Manufacturing Council.
This is the first time the NAMC has taken on a full-scale economic report, and it came just days after a slew of reports from the industry that showed that the job seekers are turning away from the traditional job market. “
What is most troubling is that we’re seeing a tremendous number of people coming in who were previously unemployed who are being turned into full-time, full-year employees.”
This is the first time the NAMC has taken on a full-scale economic report, and it came just days after a slew of reports from the industry that showed that the job seekers are turning away from the traditional job market.
On Monday, President Trump said he was “not looking for” a new job in any sector and urged Americans to work hard.
As a candidate, Trump promised to create jobs and grow the economy.
The administration has also touted a new study by the White House Council of Economic Advisers that found that the US economy added 1.7 million jobs in the first quarter of this year, but the jobs created were largely in the health care, leisure and hospitality sectors.
The job creation numbers have fallen off since then, and Trump has said that he is not interested in a job.
Despite this, Schulz said that a lot of people are now getting jobs through the gig-market.
“We’re seeing that people are really stepping into the jobs market,” he said.
“It’s not that people aren’t looking for jobs, it’s that they are looking for a job that can pay the bills.”
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) has said the gig jobs are a “disaster waiting to happen.”
NAACP President Gregory T. Angelo said that while it is good to see more jobs being created, the jobs that people have created aren’t enough to make up for the losses that have occurred as people have left traditional jobs for the economy to catch up.
He said that if people are going into the new jobs that are created, they need to be able to support themselves.
“It is really the nature of the beast,” he told ABC News.
“We can’t keep building the roads and the bridges and the dams and all of these things when we’re going to have the problems of people just leaving jobs that have gone.”
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