Six Types of Contracts Contingent Workers Get

As more former full-time employees find themselves a member of the new "gig culture," they're learning a lot about professional contract work, called contingency working. They're still professionals, still doing the work they've always done, but they're working in a new, even less secure model. It can work well for people, especially if they can get health insurance elsewhere. Contracting is a good way to gain a lot of experience quickly, make connections, get some great names on your resume, and find work more quickly. However, it is very different from working for a company as an employee. Often, neither the company nor the contractor understands its intricacies.Here are six types of contr

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