How The Gig Economy Has Evolved Over The Last Decade | The Gig Economy Roundup

By Julia Ryder
March 2, 2020


Leave gig workers like me alone

New York Daily News

I’m a single mom to three girls in the Bronx, a house cleaner and one of the thousands of New Yorkers who use the gig platform to find jobs in today’s economy. I set my own hours. I pick my own jobs. And most important, I know I can always be there for my kids when they need me.





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