Are You Cut Out For The Gig Economy?

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Take our totally unscientific quiz to find out!

Commuting in your bathrobe is just one of the perks of joining the gig economy.

You get to be your own boss, choose your own hours, set your own deadlines, and run your own taxes. (Wait, maybe get someone else to run your taxes.)

Some call it freelancing, others call it contracting. And the gig economy doesn’t end there. Not by a long shot! Between mobile apps and the internet, you’ve got a million ways to make money–from walking a bunch of pooches in your local park to selling handspun crafts halfway across the world.

Done right, it could become your vocation.

But leaving the comfort of regular employment behind to make the gig economy your sole source of income isn’t for everyone. It takes a huge amount of dedication, resourcefulness, and the kind of appetite for risk you’d usually only find halfway up El Cap in Yosemite National Park.

Is the big wall climb for you?

Could you be the next gig economy rockstar?

Ready to get gigging?

Click here to learn how to make it big in the gig economy!