Jared Meyer

Foundation for Government Accountability

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Jared Meyer is a senior research fellow at the Foundation for Government Accountability and the author of Uber-Positive: Why Americans Love the Sharing Economy.

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We are fast becoming a nation of freelancers, temps and on-call hired help. In 2015 nearly 16% of workers had freelance jobs, a 10% jump from a decade ago.

The gig economy grows up

We are fast becoming a nation of freelancers, temps and on-call hired help. In 2015 nearly 16% of workers had freelance jobs, a 10% jump from a decade ago.

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