People cross a street in Hong Kong’s Central district business hub. The pandemic has not only forced many to work from home, but also increased interest in freelancing and pursuing multiple projects at the same time. Photo: Winson Wong People cross a street in Hong Kong’s Central district business hub. The pandemic has not only forced many to work from home, but also increased interest in freelancing and pursuing multiple projects at the same time. Photo: Winson Wong
People cross a street in Hong Kong’s Central district business hub. The pandemic has not only forced many to work from home, but also increased interest in freelancing and pursuing multiple projects at the same time. Photo: Winson Wong

Letters | Will the coronavirus bring full-time ‘slashie’ culture to Hong Kong?

  • While working from home is the most talked about pandemic office trend, in the last few months, subsets of the Hong Kong workforce are embracing ‘side hustles’ and looking at becoming full-time slashies

Topic |   Jobs
People cross a street in Hong Kong’s Central district business hub. The pandemic has not only forced many to work from home, but also increased interest in freelancing and pursuing multiple projects at the same time. Photo: Winson Wong People cross a street in Hong Kong’s Central district business hub. The pandemic has not only forced many to work from home, but also increased interest in freelancing and pursuing multiple projects at the same time. Photo: Winson Wong
People cross a street in Hong Kong’s Central district business hub. The pandemic has not only forced many to work from home, but also increased interest in freelancing and pursuing multiple projects at the same time. Photo: Winson Wong
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