|The rise of AI could mean giving you more jobs instead of taking yours away.
A new study from Morgan Stanely makes the case that generative AI will enable people to work multiple jobs, writes Insider’s Alistair Barr. In the US alone, multi-earning has increased 11% over the past year, largely thanks to the rise of generative AI tools like ChatGPT.
All that extra work will lead to some big money. In a best-case scenario, multi-earning income globally could reach $1.4 trillion by 2030, with more than 20% coming from generative AI, according to the bank.
Affiliate marketing, content creation, graphic and web design, and programming were among the jobs identified by Morgan Stanley that could see a boost from generative AI.
It’s a trend at least one cohort is already embracing: Generation Z. New research from EY found that nearly 40% of Gen Zers had a side hustle to earn extra money.
Adding fuel to the fire is the fact bosses don’t seem to care if their employees are working multiple jobs, albeit with one caveat.
The vast majority of executives (82%) had no issue with employees using AI to work multiple jobs as long as they got their work done, according to a survey from education platform edX.