The economy of the future
Your location no longer has to dictate your option
In much of the developed world, the gig economy has formed as part of the evolution of the job market -- a result of traditional industry and services-embracing technology. There are definite pros and cons, and in nations accustomed to defined salaries, holidays, and employee benefits, it has faced a lot of negativity as it has bedded in.
But bed in it has. As with everything derived from supply and demand, where there is a need for a service, there is opportunity.