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Our grandparents wanted security and stability at work. 50 years later, we’ve given up on that to search for something else.
For our grandparents, good jobs meant employers that would take care of them. Today's workers just want a job that contributes to a fulfilling life.
Betterment is partnering with a company backed by Shaq to help gig economy workers manage their finances
The emergence of companies like Uber, Lyft, and Instacart has brought about the rise of the gig economy — short term workers who do everything from drive taxis to shop for your groceries.
Uber’s new rates are designed to make driver payout more consistent, but some say it has decreased their earnings
Uber's changes to its payment structure mean shorter trips will pay more, while longer fares may see a drop in driver payout.
After working for herself for seven years, Jessica Thiefels has several helpful tips for people who want to quit the 9-to-5 to start a business.
Uber drivers are staging their first multi-city strike, and it’s a sign their anger over ‘exploitation’ is getting harder to ignore
Uber drivers will strike across multiple cities in the biggest protest against the cab-hailing firm to date in the UK. The action suggests Uber drivers are becoming better organised, despite having never meeting at pickup ranks or an office.
A gig economy is an environment in which flexible, temporary positions are common.
The gig economy pays just $828 a month — here’s why driving for Uber is no substitute for a full-time job
A new study by the JP Morgan Chase Institute indicates that the gig economy isn't paying off for most participants.
Food delivery service Deliveroo is proposing a 'charter' that would outline what benefits an on-demand company could give its contractors without risking their self-employed status.
The gig economy will be mainstream in the office within the next five years and life for employees is set to ‘fundamentally change', a CEO who works with 30% of the Fortune 100 told Business Insider.
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