Age of weekly crowd workers in Europe 2016, by country

Age groups of weekly crowd workers in Europe in 2016, by country

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Sources

Release date

December 2016

Region

Austria, Germany, Netherlands, Sweden, United Kingdom

Survey time period

January 2016

Number of respondents

633*

Age group

16-75 years

Method of interview

Online omnibus survey

Supplementary notes

The source adds the following information: "Crowd work, defined broadly as paid work managed via online platforms"
* Base: UK (104); Sweden (104); Germany (135); Austria (186); Netherlands (104)
The source also adds the following information: "The under-24 age category includes people aged 16-24 in the UK, Sweden, Germany and the Netherlands and 18-24 in Austria. The 55+ age category includes people aged 55-65 in Sweden and Austria, 55-70 in Germany and the Netherlands and 55-75 in the UK"

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