Since the concept of cooperative consumption was proposed, the sharing economy has become the topic of highest concern in the academic world. From the perspective of the economic market, the sharing economy has created a new model that breaks the original economic order, which can accommodate more labor. Compared with traditional employment methods, the sharing economy has undergone significant changes in terms of labor. The sharing economy is extremely dependent on information technology, and the employment relationship is relatively vague. This poses great challenges to the welfare, income security, and stability of college graduates’ employment. This paper explores and analyzes the new employment methods from the perspective of the sharing economy.