I imagined myself on talk shows on both sides of the pond and could almost hear Gayle King’s laugh when I told her about Googling “sneaky money.”
Today’s must-read essay comes from Alana Semuels, at The Atlantic.
It comes with an unexpectedly exploitable set of economic incentives.
Even though I won’t actually be able to use it.
This is the flip side of that “we might all get higher wages this year” story.
For the second time as a gig economy worker, I have been notified that I am now a member of a class action lawsuit.
I owe business tax and late payment fees for my work as a bike messenger.
He wants to know how much money drivers actually make, after they subtract their costs.
I could see these apps marketing “your money helps workers get healthcare and sick days” as a feature that separates them from the other, less socially conscious apps.