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How does the gig economy affect the demand and supply of labour? More so the shifts and how these increase/decreases happens.
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The gig economy is one with the prevalence of short-term contracts or freelance work as opposed to permanent jobs soo I'm assuming that the demand for labour will shift inwards?
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The gig economy is one with the prevalence of short-term contracts or freelance work as opposed to permanent jobs soo I'm assuming that the demand for labour will shift inwards?
True But how?, and would supply also shift in?
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True But how?, and would supply also shift in?
ngl idk hopefully someone else sees this and has answer lmfao. what spec is this because for OCR I don't think you need to show it diagrammatically
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Outward shift in the supply of labour as the gig economy improves flexibility for workers previously unable to participate in the labour market, e.g. parents can arrange shifts around school times to mitigate childcare issues
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ngl idk hopefully someone else sees this and has answer lmfao. what spec is this because for OCR I don't think you need to show it diagrammatically
Yeah you don't have to for OCR but my teacher said explaining the demand/supply of labour effects gets top marks so I wanted some guidance on it, thank you though.
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ngl idk hopefully someone else sees this and has answer lmfao. what spec is this because for OCR I don't think you need to show it diagrammatically
Yeah you don't have to for OCR but my teacher said explaining the demand/supply of labour effects gets top marks so I wanted some guidance on it, thank you though.
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Outward shift in the supply of labour as the gig economy improves flexibility for workers previously unable to participate in the labour market, e.g. parents can arrange shifts around school times to mitigate childcare issues
Thank you!
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Yeah you don't have to for OCR but my teacher said explaining the demand/supply of labour effects gets top marks so I wanted some guidance on it, thank you though.
ohh ok. lmfao reading what that other person said just made me realise i'm fooked for my mocks in 2 weeks
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