The Future of Work: A Decentralised Workforce

The nature of work has evolved significantly in the past decade. Why hasn’t the way we work changed?

Alan Seng
Alan Seng
May 19, 2019 · 6 min read
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The growing global gig economy

“Our users are everywhere. We have to be, too”

Why go remote?

Healthier, more productive employees

Access to global talent

Trends across the 25 economies we studied are alarming: an equilibrium in [workforce] supply and demand is rapidly becoming the exception, not the norm… One significant implication is the potential aggregate value of GDP squandered, because either these nations cannot fill the jobs available or they cannot create enough jobs for the workers they have. This represents a stunning $10 trillion — around 60 percent of U.S. GDP and more than 10 percent of total world GDP.

Because we can

Lasting economic impact

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Alan Seng

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Marketing at Evo | Striving to become a better human being, thinker, and technology advocate, in that order

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Alan Seng

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Marketing at Evo | Striving to become a better human being, thinker, and technology advocate, in that order

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