[ORDER SOLUTION] U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics
The U.S. work economy is changing the way people work. For example, the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics (Links to an external site.) reported that 24% of people employed in 2015 did all or some of their work at home, up from 19% in 2003. There is also an increase in the gig economy (e.g., temporary workthink Uber drivers) and contract work. In May 2017, the Bureau reported that 16.5 million people (Links to an external site.) are working in contingent (short-term) or alternative work arrangements (independent contracts). With the trends in working from home and the gig economy likely to increase, how do you think this might eventually affect workplace health programs? How might workplace health promotion efforts look different in the future to meet the needs of the new workforce?