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Indian gig economy to have 23.5 mn workers by 2029-30: Niti Aayog report

Non-platform gig workers are generally casual wage and own-account workers in conventional sectors, engaged part-time or full-time

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gig economy | Gig economy in India | NITI Ayog

Shivani Shinde & Sanjeeb Mukherjee  |  Mumbai/New Delhi 



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Niti Aayog in the report recommends extending social security measures to gig workers and their families, including sick leave, insurance and pension.

The Indian gig workforce is expected to expand to 23.5 million by 2029-30, a near 200 per cent jump from 7.7 million now, according to a first-of-its-kind report by NITI Aayog released on Monday.

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First Published: Mon, June 27 2022. 21:19 IST

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