Generation Z Pivots to Freelancing in Response to an Evolving Work Environment

In an era of unprecedented job market fluctuations, Generation Z is leading a remarkable shift towards freelancing and self-employment in the UK. Eschewing traditional employment routes for autonomy and stability, this generation is redefining the future of work
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Alice Weil

Features Editor at The Executive Magazine

In a period marked by fluctuating job stability, a comprehensive survey conducted in the UK reveals a pronounced trend among individuals aged 16-26 towards embracing freelancing, self-employment, or engaging in side ventures, moving away from the conventional paradigm of full-time employment.

A meticulous study carried out in late January 2024,...


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