Contract employees work on a specific project or for a defined period. They have a clear contract outlining their terms of work.
Full-time employees work a standard number of hours per week for a single employer and usually receive benefits like healthcare and paid leave.
Independent contractors are self-employed and responsible for their own taxes and benefits. They have more flexibility in choosing their work.
Intern or Apprentice
Interns or apprentices are individuals learning a trade or gaining experience in a specific industry. They may be paid or unpaid and work for a fixed duration.
Part-time employees work fewer hours than full-time employees, often without benefits. This arrangement offers flexibility to both the employer and the employee.
Self-employed individuals run their own businesses and are responsible for all aspects of their work, including taxes, marketing, and operations.
Temporary or Seasonal Employee
Temporary or seasonal employees are hired for a short period, usually to meet a temporary increase in demand or during a specific season.
Individuals actively seeking work but not currently employed fall into the category of the unemployed.
Volunteers provide services without monetary compensation, often for nonprofit organizations or community initiatives.