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In this report, I'll cover:
- How creator economy creates alternative job opportunities
- How SaaS companies unbundle LinkedIn's recruitment products
- How to monetize the future of digital native work
Section 1: Key Market Trends
(1) Anyone can have multiple paying jobs:
- The new era of work is moving beyond the inflexible desk jobs to embrace multi-faceted, side hustles. Part-time roles, freelancing, and gig-based jobs are enabling anyone to have multiple paying jobs beside their primary day jobs.
- No-code creators can earn money by selling Notion digital systems, Webflow templates and mobile app templates.
- Dashers, or delivery carriers, can earn money by providing food delivery services through Doordash.
- Pet-sitters can make side incomes through platforms like Rover and Fetch.
- TikTok-ers are content creators who leverage their influence to make money on the platform.
- Twitch streamers can earn money by streaming video gameplay, receiving donations and tips from viewers, and through paid subscriptions and sponsorships.
- Upworkers can earn money by providing professional services, i.e. get paid hourly or on a project basis.
(2) More alternative schools:
- The creation of new job categories is driving demand for skill acquisitions, job readiness, and credentialing through alternative education. New platforms are being created to provide domain experts, training programs and learning resources to help people advance in their careers.
- Codecademy and Career Karma replaces computer science degrees with practical tech bootcamps.
- Y Combinator Startup School and On Deck replaces traditional MBA degrees with domain-specific learning from top industry experts.