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  • 1. The New Workforceinsights into the free agent workstyle30 – 35 freedom and % flexibility is the primary reason cited for choosing the free agent workstyleis the predicted proportion of freeagents in the U.s. working popUlation other reasons given:once the labor market recovers 25% economic necessity44% of the cUrrent active workforce in the U.s. are free agents 15% entrepreneurial benefits 2% unknown70% increase since 2008 38 % believe economic conditions have73 % enhanced their opportunities to work as a free agent 77%of free agents voluntarilychoose their workstyle of free agents possess a professional/ technical skill set.the experienced are 62% of traditional workers possess thoseleading the charge same skill sets.two-thirds of the free agent population are mature workers,but free agency is on the rise among all generations. opportUnities aboUnd compared to traditional workers, free agents are significantly more satisfied 14% silent generation (1935 – 1945) more compared to those with their opportunities to eXpand their 52% baby boomers (1946 – 1964) skills and advance their careers 25% gen X (1965 – 1979) who are traditionally employed, free agents 9% gen y (1980 – 1992) balance are more satisfied with their work-life balance and levels of kellyservices.com less stress work-related stress.an equal opportunity employer © 2011 kelly services, inc. w0881