Politicized “Gig Economy” May Make Changing Status Quo More Difficult

paychecksold The so-called “sharing economy,” which some affectionately (or pejoratively) describe as the “gig economy,” is becoming a highly politicized issue in the 2016 presidential election. As the “sharing economy” capitalizes on crowdsourcing everyday tasks or “gigs,” lawmakers and politicians alike are chiming in. The issue of whether to classify… Read More

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