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Indian Gig Work Platform PickMyWork Expands To More Than 20 States

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In a significant move aimed at enhancing employment and entrepreneurship opportunities, PickMyWork, a leading gig platform facilitating connections between digital businesses and end users, has announced its ambitious plan, which includes expanding its operations to over 20 states across India.

The platform’s geographical expansion strategy has strategically onboarded gig workers from across the Indian states, with Maharashtra leading with a 12% gig worker acquisition rate, followed closely by Uttar Pradesh (UP) at 10%, Karnataka followed by Delhi, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Haryana, and Punjab at 8% respectively.

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Commenting about the development, Vidyarthi Baddireddy Of PickMyWork, said, “PickMyWork’s phenomenal growth represents a positive trend, underscoring the widespread acceptance of gig work as a transformative force in today’s economy. We’re not just expanding; we’re pioneering a new era of the industrial workforce where flexibility and opportunity converge.”

“Our journey wouldn’t have been possible without the unwavering dedication of every member of the PickMyWork family. It’s their relentless pursuit of excellence that has driven our success. With this incredible foundation, we’re not just confident; we’re determined to extend our reach to even more states, empowering gig workers and businesses across the nation,” Baddireddy added.

In a bid to promote accessibility, PickMyWork has made its services available in 7 regional languages. Furthermore, the platform is assisting major digital brands in expanding their reach in states such as Uttar Pradesh (UP), Bihar, Haryana, Rajasthan, and Delhi NCR.

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Krishna Mali
Krishna Mali
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