About a decade ago it was expected that the gig economy would disrupt high wage (knowledge) work as well as low wage work. The latter saw great change with the creation of companies like Uber and food delivery services, mostly …
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Woke, Millennial, Brexit, gig economy are just a few of the many buzzwords that have made it into our lexicon. Some catch fire, others don’t. Sometimes they have intentional origins and at other times they are just oddities. Goldman & …
In January, The Treasury Department released a tax study on the gig economy. This growing economic force has been touted in the media as an exciting and beneficial change in how people make money. However, The Treasury Department has real …
A recent research study by Pew Research Center shows that 24% of working Americans made money last year from the gig economy. Many are selling a product or service, but 8% are earning money from on online gig platforms. Some …