The disruption era has changed the behavior of economic agents. The use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) by worker has fundamentally changed how people and businesses work together. Digital technology can give rise to new types of jobs or eliminate existing jobs. The mastery of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) by labor force is fundamental to changing job characteristics in Indonesia. This paper aims to explain the characteristics of jobs in Indonesia where workers use internet to do their jobs. Gender, disability, education, status (employee or entrepreneur), and length of work are the variables to be studied in this paper. Regression analysis is applied to show how the characteristic of worker who use internet to do their job. Indonesia labor force survey 2018 is applied to make the analysis. The data showed that the digital economy has impact on characteristics of employment are education and length of work
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