香蕉视频苹果下载The decade dawned with unemployment at nearly 10%, rumblings about the gig economy and predictions that robots running on artificial intelligence would make human workers obsolete. The end of the traditional job seemed just around the corner.

Ten years later, regular full-time work is still the standard—and the preference—for most people. But many career paths have been upended by the changes of the past decade. The implicit social contract between employers and workers has been fractured by no-benefits contracting and contingent...