gig economy

9.13.19

Yoga Instructors Are the Latest Gig Workers to Unionise

A union drive at one of America’s largest yoga chains is the latest sign that the gig economy is fertile ground for organized labor.

8.19.19

How to Quit Your Shitty Job and Become a Competitive Dancer

Meet Andrew "Pyro" Chung, a former factory worker and Costco cart collector turned street dancer and studio owner.

7.26.19

The YouTubers Union Is Not Messing Around

The YouTubers Union has joined forces with Europe's largest trade union to fight for a fairer platform.

9.10.18

Meet the People Making Real Money Selling Clothes on Poshmark

For some it’s a lucrative side gig, but serious Poshers can make up to $1,000 a week on the popular used clothing app that's all about community.

7.26.18

I Taught Denzel How to Drive a Lyft for His New Movie

To prepare for his role in 'The Equalizer 2,' Denzel got a few training days from Boston Lyft driver Markel Wade.

5.3.18

How to Make Money on Instagram Even if You Don't Have Millions of Followers

Micro influencers with as little as a few thousand fans are in popular demand by sponsors. Here's why and how to profit from this lucrative side hustle.

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3.14.18

#Deliverooted: Your Favourite Food Apps Aren't Paying Their Workers

Riders from Deliveroo, Foodora, and UberEats have united to fight for better pay and conditions.

9.24.17
8.15.17

How NSFW Content Makers Found a Home on Patreon

Naked bakers, kinky cosplayers, and the outspoken alike have turned to the platform.

7.6.17

Worked a Casual Job for 12 Months? You Can Now Demand Permanency

The dream of stable shifts is about to be yours.

4.3.17

An Interview with the Uber Driver Who Had Enough

Yaseen Aslam tells us about the issues drivers still face.

3.24.17

How to Treat Cab Drivers, According to Cab Drivers

Try not to have sex or eat in the back of the car, for starters.

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