Are Millennial and Generation Z Women Benefitting From the Gig Economy?

by Kristin Hodnett & Lucinda Koza for Got It Done Gal

Don’t try and do it on your own. Find people who share your passion, encourage you in your work, and push you out of your comfort zone to places you’d never go on your own. Do the same for them and keep them close. Be honest, stay supportive, and grow together. You’ll be surprised where these friendships take you.
Photographer: Andrew Neel | Source: Unsplash

The Monday through Friday nine to five work week is gone. People don’t stay with one company for fifty years to retire with a gold watch. The workforce is instead finding themselves participating in what we’ve dubbed the ‘gig economy,’ due to the rise of project-specific contracts and…

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Lucinda Koza

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Founder & CEO of I-Ally, a community-driven app for millennial family caregivers.

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