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Mending the holes of the pension pocket for the quantum workforce
6 January 2021

Mending the holes of the pension pocket for the quantum workforce

COVID-19 has accelerated the disruption to the UK’s job market, catalysing an ongoing decline in permanent employment. Now, one in seven workers in the UK are on flexible contracts, up 25% over two decades. These workers are part of the growing quantum employment fleet, defined as a contractor working small, incremental jobs across a range of employers or end clients. Today, it is not uncommon for contractors to work just a morning or even a number of hours one day with one employer and then work double shifts later that week for a different client.

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