Sarah Kessler

Quartz; author of “Gigged: The End of The Job and The Future of Work”

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Author of “Gigged: The End of The Job and The Future of Work”. Sarah is also an editor at Quartz (or Quartz at Work).

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New York became the first American city to cap the total number of ride-hail vehicles and set a wage floor for ride-hail drivers.

Where the gig economy stands, as NYC puts the brakes on Uber

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