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As the gig economy booms, more workers fear lack of predictable income

January 29, 2016 - Uncategorized

We’re headed for a gig economy boom, but is it sustainable? While companies like Uber, Postmates, Lyft and the like promise income with a flexibility and freedom that eludes many of us working regular 9-to-5 jobs, data from Intuit indicates that the issue is more complicated than companies make it out to be. In a new report, Intuit interviewed more than 4,500 people who find work through Uber, Upwork, Wonolo, MBOPartners, OnForce, Work Market, Visually, HourlyNerd, Fiverr, Deliv and Field Nation. Responses showed that most on-demand workers spend more than 40 hours per week working, with 12 hours devoted to their…

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