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Malaysian Freelancers Will Get The Rights They Deserve

23-Oct-19 12:45

Malaysian Freelancers Will Get The Rights They Deserve

The Gig economy is set to bring in a whopping US$2.7 trillion by 2025 to the world. The industry is rapidly growing with the fastest growing jobs online involve writing, programming and blockchain technology. In Malaysia alone, 26 percent of the total 15.3 million Malaysian workforce form part of the growing gig economy. That's close to 4 million freelancers. But being your own boss isn’t always as great as some people may think, it comes with a lot of pitfalls, including a lack of job security, insurance - and a whole host of other issues.


Produced by: Christine Wong

Presented by: Richard Bradbury, Arvindh Yuvaraj, & Freda Liu


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