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  • The creator economy evolves how people see gig work
  • The creator economy evolves how people see gig work
    Adli Wahid (2019) ©
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The creator economy evolves how people see gig work

The creator economy has come to indicate a variety of next-generation platforms that aim to compensate creators directly, rather than relying on social ad revenue. But with only top creators reaping rewards, people are wary of how these platforms might bring the gig economy to creative work.

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