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synonyms for gig

  • appearance
  • concert
  • engagement
  • recital
  • employment
  • job
  • performance
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How to use gig in a sentence

Bastian Lehman, CEO of Postmates, also penned an op-ed on CNN about gig workers and how there needs to be a third classification of workers, which is essentially what Prop 22 is pushing.
HUMAN CAPITAL: THE BATTLE OVER THE FATE OF GIG WORKERS CONTINUESMEGAN ROSE DICKEYSEPTEMBER 11, 2020TECHCRUNCH
One recent gig took place across three different locations, including a beach town in the south of France and New York City.
COUPLES SPEND THOUSANDS ON A WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER FOR THAT PERFECT SHOTRACHEL KINGSEPTEMBER 6, 2020FORTUNE
It was a temporary position holding him over between hospital gigs in Austin and New Mexico, where he now lives and works.
A DOCTOR WENT TO HIS OWN EMPLOYER FOR A COVID-19 ANTIBODY TEST. IT COST $10,984.BY MARSHALL ALLENSEPTEMBER 5, 2020PROPUBLICA
The phone-hanging tactic may reflect increased competition among workers for Flex jobs among workers at a time when Uber and Lyft rides—another popular source of so-called gig work—are in decline due to the pandemic.
THE BIZARRE REASON AMAZON DRIVERS ARE HANGING PHONES IN TREES NEAR WHOLE FOODSJEFFSEPTEMBER 1, 2020FORTUNE
As gig companies continue to campaign against worker reclassification, some are now hiring full-time employees positioned to organize such efforts.
POSTMATES IS HIRING REGIONAL ORGANIZERS TO FIGHT EMPLOYEE STATUSMICHELLE CHENGAUGUST 28, 2020QUARTZ
I’m just realistic and keenly aware that, given the current theatrical landscape and lack of adequate compensation once a gig is finally secured, one simply cannot sustain themselves financially.
HAMMERLY ISN’T READY TO GIVE UP ON THEATERPATRICK FOLLIARDAUGUST 20, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
My first full-time journalistic gig was writing about cellphones and telecommunications, and it began in mid-2006, a fascinating time for the sector.
IN THE 5G RACE, THE PRIZE REMAINS UNCLEARDAVID MEYERAUGUST 20, 2020FORTUNE
Instead of paying attention to job postings, the creative said he’s now taken to reaching out to chief creative officers to find a new gig.
‘LIKE BEING CONNED’: AGENCY EMPLOYEES SAY THAT FAKE JOB LISTINGS ARE MAKING THE ALREADY DIFFICULT JOB MARKET EVEN HARDERKRISTINA MONLLOSAUGUST 10, 2020DIGIDAY
With fresh Covid-19 cases every day, going to a music gig, a food festival, or the simple act of watching a movie on a big screen is unlikely to return for the foreseeable future.
INDIA’S LARGEST MOVIE TICKETING PLATFORM TURNS TO VIRTUAL EVENTS TO SURVIVE THE SLUMPMANAVI KAPURJULY 20, 2020QUARTZ
Lovero-Holliday, 50, got into gig work after being laid off two years ago from her job as an HR manager.
COVID-19 IS EXPOSING THE INEQUALITY OF MENTAL HEALTH CARE ACCESS FOR ESSENTIAL WORKERSMICHELLE CHENGJULY 5, 2020QUARTZ
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WORDS RELATED TO GIG

  • assignation
  • assignment
  • blind date
  • consultation
  • date
  • engagement
  • errand
  • gig
  • interview
  • invitation
  • meet
  • rendezvous
  • session
  • tryst
  • zero hour
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