Well-Being and Mental Health in the Gig Economy

@inproceedings{Gross2018WellBeingAM,
  title={Well-Being and Mental Health in the Gig Economy},
  author={Sally Gross and George Musgrave and Laima Jan{\vc}iūtė},
  year={2018}
}
A response is needed to the numerous issues spurred by the expansion of the gig economy, where flexible patterns of employment prevail in contrast to permanent jobs. In this context of the exponential growth of the digital economy and underlying business models the largest nationwide study of its kind into the impact of the working conditions in the UK music industry ‘Can Music Make You Sick?’ has been conducted by MusicTank/University of Westminster. This research suggests the need to consider… 
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