The gig economy is continuously on the rise. According to Upwork, 57.3 million people freelance in the United States, and it is estimated that there will be 86.5 million freelancers by 2027. The pandemic has accelerated the growth of the gig economy. First, it has caused more employees to work from home, allowing them to take on freelance jobs. In addition, some full-time employees were put on indefinite leave or retrenched, pushing them to take on as many short-term employment opportunities to earn a living. Also, people who aim for work-life balance opted to join the gig economy. People who are fed up with the 9-5 work and want to gain more flexibility shifted to freelance work rather than a full-time job.