There are fewer workers in the gig economy today than before Uber existed, official data show
from Chicago Tribune
The so-called gig economy, which has drawn massive attention, billions of dollars in venture capital, and praise and steep criticism from policymakers, doesn't appear to have caused a major disruption to work after all. That is a clear takeaway from a new report out Thursday from the Bureau of Labor Statistics that assessed the size of America's "gig economy" for the first time since 2005.
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