With more work done by freelancers, organizations will need full-time professionals to supervise them

Jim Ware : Author
"Employers large and small will trim overhead to the bare minimum by keeping small cores of staff for only the most essential operations. Meanwhile, most of the nonessential work will be outsourced to freelance help. As projects come up, organizations will contact professional “talent aggregators,” who keep databases of registered work seekers whom they can call up whenever needed."

The Futurist Magazine