Shiftgig connects hourly workers and businesses through a mobile application. Aiming to streamline and modernize the traditional staffing industry, it develops an employment-related mobile application, where employees can claim jobs in real-time. Shiftgig's product and business model have been compared with that of both LinkedIn and Uber.
Whether you’re already a Shiftgig Specialist looking for insight on the app or interested in learning how we can help you work when, where, and for whom you want, our new monthly blog series, Feature Focus, is here to guide you.
This month we gathered articles on how you can elevate your career, explain your non-traditional career path, and take advantage of the gig economy as a retiree. Start working your way through our July reading list for more insight on these topics.
According to a September 2016 article in the Dallas News, more than a third of Dallas residents have worked as independent contractors or gig workers, and 97 percent of those contractors reported that they were satisfied with the experience.
Shiftgig was recently featured on a popular finance blog, The Penny Hoarder. With more than 16 million monthly readers, the personal finance blog was started by twenty-something Kyle Taylor, as part of his journey to overcome student loan debt.
We heard from the 2017 Brand Ambassadors of the Year awards winners in Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, and for our final installment, we interviewed the last four winners to find out how they are impacting the experiential marketing industry.