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Pioneers a fresh take on 'gigonomics' using LinkedIn API ...
"But with the decline in CD sales, performers now rely increasingly on their earnings from touring, a trend known as 'gigonomics'."
"I have been hearing a lot about what is called 'gigonomics,' where you are essentially a free agent in the job market and you have two, three or four different contracts, and taken together they make up a full-time job," Severy said.
As I was reading the article, I noticed a few interesting things about the language in the post - mainly all of the words with "gig" in them: gig economy, gigonomics, and gigocracy.