Gig Economy Growth and AI Upskilling in India

Rachana Saha

Gig Economy Dominance: Ipsos Research shows 88% of gig workers depend on platforms for primary income, signaling a shift to self-employment.

India's projected 7.5% growth spurs job opportunities, especially in sectors like construction.

AI-powered platforms match gig workers with suitable roles, particularly aiding internal economic migrants.

Government schemes aim to upskill blue-collar workers, yet market players and AI-powered training programs are crucial.

AI Upskilling in India: Generative AI transforms gig work into a full-time, dignified livelihood, emphasizing the need for broader acceptance.

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