The dark side of sharing economy.
Added over 1 year ago | As appeared first on washingtonpost.com
Flexible hours. Being your own boss. The glories and self-bootstrapping pride of entrepreneurship. These are among the virtues of "sharing-economy" gigs, as touted in a recent Uber-commissioned survey of its drivers. Other companies offering peer-to-peer platforms, such as Airbnb, TaskRabbit and Homejoy, have made similar pitches: They're giving workers — particularly those who are unable to land traditional jobs or unfulfilled by 9-to-5 Organization Man duties — the freedom to take their br... Continue reading on www.washingtonpost.com
What your peers are reading!
Top Mobile App Development Companies
Are you sure, you can find a capable, trustworthy & affordable mobile app developer, all by yourself?
Looking to Build a Mobile App?
Here are some of the best apps built by developers from our network.