The biggest concern about the growing gig working culture in the country is social security. Government think tank NITI Aayog has also made a recommendation to the government to improve the social security of gig workers. According to a report by NITI Aayog, the number of gig workers in India will increase to 2.35 crore by the year 2029-30. , which was 77 lakh in 2020-21. The report also recommended increasing Social Security for gig workers and their families who work on an hourly basis.The report titled India’s booming gig and platform economy states that by 2029-30, gig workforce is expected to constitute 6.7 per cent of the non-farm work force and 4.1 per cent of the total livelihoods in India.
Potential of India’s Gig Sector
Key Drivers of the Gig Sector
1.Flexibility to Work from Anywhere
2.Changing Work Approach
4.Emergence of a Start-up Culture
5.Rising demand of Contractual Employees
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