China’s gig economy attracting more women as they seek financial independence amid slowing economy

//China’s gig economy attracting more women as they seek financial independence amid slowing economy

China’s gig economy attracting more women as they seek financial independence amid slowing economy

China’s gig economy is not just a man’s world, with more than 30 per cent of working women keeping a side job to earn extra income, according to a survey by one of the country’s largest classified online marketplaces.The trend among an increasing number of women to juggle more than one job comes as the world’s second largest economy grows at its slowest pace in three decades, and as once hot tech industries cool down after years of freewheeling boom times.Women are looking for a bigger pay…

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