How do those aged 30-50 in zero-hour, self-employed, or temporary work manage their financial situation?

Researchers at the University of Manchester are looking at how individuals have fared financially during the Covid-19 pandemic, and what impact they feel the pandemic has had on their finances. 

If you are currently working within gig-economy roles – on self-employed, zero-hour, or temporary contracts – the research team would love to hear from you. 

Ideally, they are seeking people who work in social care, hospitality, delivery, health and fitness, or office administration.

In particular, the researchers would like to speak to individuals aged 30-50 who are earning roughly between £12,000-£20,000 per annum and living in Greater Manchester or the surrounding area.