This Is the Average Pay at Lyft, Uber, Airbnb and More

Fortune – June 27, 2017

The gig economy has been heralded as the freeing, efficiency-creating future of the American workforce. It’s a pleasing vision to many; laborers are sprung from the chains of their 9 to 5, free to craft their work schedules precisely as they’d wish—making potholders to sell on Etsy in the morning, doing a little TaskRabbiting in the afternoon; driving for Lyft, Uber and/or Via by night. There’s just one problem with this footloose and fancy-free world of work: it’s hard to make ends meet.

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