|S. No.||Highlights||Publisher Name||Type/ Nature||Source/ Click to Read|
Wipro Chairman, Mr. Rishad Premji said:
|Times of India||Research on Indian Gig Workers in IT||Gig workers more relevant in Hybrid Model|
Businesses are increasingly seeking the new age skills in cloud computing, the Internet of Things, AI, ML, robotic process automation, advanced analytics & NLP.
|Times of India||Research by Sh. Chaitanya Sreenivas||Gig eco & WFA can boost Innovation|
Global Market | Growth Rate & Size: Double Digit CAGR
AI: CAGR of 36.62% from 2018-25 ($191Bn by 2025).
|DevTeam||Developers Job Platform||Trends in Software Technologies|
Four technologies identified (DARQ) Catalysts in post-digital era: Distributed Ledger (Blockchain), AI, Extended Reality (AR/VR) and Quantum Computing.
In order to thrive, Businesses will have to adopt these technologies
|Forbes||Accenture Report||Future Technology Trends|
AR/VR: Globally, market would grow with a CAGR of 76% from 2019-23 ($16.8Bn to $160Bn; 10X)
|Hackernoon||Developer Community Forum||Software Development Trends: 2020|
WEF Report 2020.
|WEF||World Economic Forum||Global Report on Unlocking Techs|
Blockchain market would grow globally: CAGR of 69% from 2019-25 ($58Bn by 2025).
|Dzone||Developer Resource Portal||Blockchain|
Highest Gig Paying Jobs in 2021:
|Millo||Article||10 Best Paying Gig Jobs|
|9.||India now Digital Capabilities Hub of the world: has 75% of global digital talent||IBEF||India Brand Equity Foundation||Indian Economy|
Adoption of FinTech during Covid Lockdown.
Paytm: 4X jump in Merchant receipts
|News and Article||Covid: a Silver Lining|
US Gig workforce to increase from 43% in 2020 to 52% by 2023.
|Statista||Research Company||Gig Economy Projected Gross Volume|
Total freelancing income of USA was ¬$1.3 trillion (4.8% of USA 2018 GDP)
India: 97% people open to Freelance/ Contract; Younger work-force; prefers Gig working.
|Fortunly||Financial Products Aggregator||Gig Economy Statistics: 2020|
Organized Gig Platform Business will Grow @ CAGR 17.4% from $204Bn in 2018 to $455Bn in 2023.
44% of global Gig Gross Volume (GV) comes from USA customers.
Developing markets (e.g., India) represent a greater potential supply of freelancers due to
While US will lead Gig GV contribution, India expected to grow by 115% (YE2018 to YE2023)
|Mastercard||FinTech: Payment Industry||White Paper on Gig Economy|
Half of all Indian gig workers are in industries such as software and technology
|BCG, Michael & Susan Dell||Boston Consulting Group alongwith Michael & Susan Dell Foundation||Research Report 2021 | Unlocking Potential of Gig Economy in India|