The rise of the gig economy, alternatively termed the “on-demand” or “peer-to-peer” economy, has received heavy scrutiny in recent years. Many pundits have lauded the freedom, flexibility and entrepreneurial opportunities afforded by such work. Yet, others have been less sanguine, noting gig workers face financial uncertainty and insecurity and lack critical benefits and protections.
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