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sign saying gig, job, career Even though more people are joining the gig economy—some by choice, some out of necessity—it’s also expected that they’re going to have a hard time preparing for retirement. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Yes, you read that correctly—the retirement of the future could mean an endless series of gig jobs, according to “Gig Economy Workers and the Future of Retirement,” a new report from Betterment.

Marlene Satter


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