Southern Ontario freelancers wanted for research study on precarious work

A group of researchers is seeking freelancers in Southern Ontario to participate in a study on insecure employment.

The study is part of a multi-year project exploring poverty and precarious employment in the area (PEPSO). The organizations leading the project include the School of Labour Studies at McMaster University in Hamilton and the United Way of Greater Toronto.

Freelancers will be asked to complete a short survey and a 60 to 90 minute interview about their working conditions. Those who are selected for the study will receive a $40 honorarium for their participation.

Participants must be between 25 and 55 years old and work at least 8 hours a week for pay. Full time students are not eligible to participate.

For more information, you can contact Anthony Tambureno at To apply, go to this Surveymonkey page.

Posted on October 21, 2014 at 10:37 am by editor · · Tagged with: 

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