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25105274736_b386942ed3_b.jpg?profile=RESIZE_710xDaniel Lewis, 33, was struggling to save up to buy a house, despite saving for years from his full-time 37-hour-a-week job.

To increase his earnings, he started doing an additional 14 hours a week of part-time, or gig economy, work.

The number of people doing gig economy work has doubled in the past three years, the TUC trades union body says.

Young people are most likely to be doing this type of flexible, insecure work.


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