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New rule lets companies treat some employees as gig workers
Usually there are lots of benefits and protections that come with being an employee instead of a gig worker, like being paid the minimum wage.
The gig economy and how workers might win it back
One way to rethink the "sharing economy" involves setting up co-ops on apps.
Summer looks different for musicians this year
More than three months into the pandemic, we check in with Chicago musician Seth Shulman.
Tackling the unpredictable gig work of Broadway
Stagehand John Hatch has been underemployed for more than eight months.
Prioritizing stability over wealth
Ohio native Louise Eberle says the work-life balance of her public school job gives her more than wealth ever could.
What does it mean to be "employed" in the gig economy?
A new European law tries to answer that question.
Your side hustle may not look so great come tax time
Are gig workers getting the guidance they need when it comes to filing their taxes?
Even the Bureau of Labor Statistics is confused about your employment situation
The gig economy is shrinking. Wait, what exactly is the gig economy?