Why is it sometimes cheaper for U.S. consumers to buy goods from China than from local vendors?
"Dasher," "tasker," "driver-partner." How companies pick worker nicknames that reflect the argument that workers are contractors, not employees.
Some Chinese couples aren't interested in having more than one child, while unmarried woman aren't allowed to have children at all.
When your work is a gig instead of a job, you have fewer protections and benefits.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics would categorize Steve’s job as “production, transportation, and material moving” along with butchers, sewing machine operators and furniture makers, to name a few. One in 10 workers in the U.S. labor force are in this category.
Kate's work is part of the "Sales and Office Occupations," category, like 20% of the U.S. labor force. She has an associate's degree.