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Are 'slashie' careers the future of work?

Holding down more than one job is now more common than ever before, as a new analysis found that more than 320,500 self-employed people in Britain are working more than one job simultaneously.

Known as ‘slashies’, these workers juggle numerous job roles to ensure they are covering the bills and making the most of new job opportunities.

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Comments (1)

  • Lorna
    Wed, 24 Apr 2019 1:13pm BST
    Not sure I like the title 'slashie' but it is not a surprise that people are wanting and in fact demanding to work in a flexible way. It is important that employers meet these needs but they must treat this flexible workforce properly by paying NI, holiday pay, pension contributions etc,