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Flexible Work Results In Improved Mental Health and Well-Being


Through surveying more than 3,000 active freelancers, Qwick found that over 87% of respondents experience improved mental and physical health and 79% reported having stronger personal relationships as a result of freelancing.

“For the past five years, Qwick has grown its mission to transform how hospitality works, and we’re proud to provide our freelancers with opportunities that support their mental health and overall dynamic lifestyles,” saidĀ Retta Kekic, Qwick’s Chief Marketing Officer. “This survey helps us better understand how Qwick fits into our freelancers’ lives, and gain deeper insights into their needs, preferences and challenges so we can better serve our engaged network which grew by 100% last year.”

Additional findings from Qwick’s recent survey include:

  • 74% of respondents anticipate taking more shifts in 2023, compared to 2022
  • Over 70% of respondents cited flexibility as the main reason why they choose to pick up shifts with Qwick
  • Over 67% of respondents reported working a full-time or part-time job in addition to freelancing
  • 63% of respondents freelance to meet basic needs rather than for supplementary income
  • 60% of respondents use only Qwick to pick up freelance work
  • Nearly 55% of respondents turn to shift-based work to make their own schedule


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