What I Learned About the ‘Gig Economy’ From 24 Lyft Drivers

The Hill – December 5, 2016

One way to assess how the gig economy is contributing to lower levels of unemployment is to figure out who is finding their work through digital platforms. That is, who are these 4 percent? Are they folks who have found permanent employment via these digital platforms, or are such platforms bridging the unemployment gap while people search for more permanent jobs?


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