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Me, as a case study

Brian O'Sullivan | August 25, 2017

Since I’ve started blogging for Veryfier, I’ve spoken in general terms about the gig economy; where it’s headed, has it peaked, can people survive on it, etc, etc.  Today, I’m going to take a more personal view since I have been using the gig economy to make money for over two years now.  My previous […]

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March 14, 2017

A Productive Lifestyle in the Gig Economy

One of the biggest draws of working in the gig culture is being able to engineer your own work schedule. Sure you might have deadlines or people to report to, but if you get your job done, you could be able to create a balance between work and non-work that applies specifically to you. But […]

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October 17, 2017

The Gig Economy: More than Uber and Airbnb

In my last post, I looked at the ways in which the Gig Economy was in trouble around the world. UBER losing their license in London (currently on appeal), French laborers losing their jobs, and gig workers in Australia giving up rights that they’ve taken decades to get. However, as with most things related to […]

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September 20, 2017

I don’t see a Gig Economy bubble, but…….

WILL THERE BE A BUBBLE? When I decided to write my next article on whether the Gig Economy’s bubble was about to burst, I was sure I’d find articles in the affirmative. And sure enough, I did. And yet, it hasn’t. There’s articles from 2015, 2016, and earlier this year alerting us to the fact that […]

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April 13, 2017

The hierarchy of companies now embracing the Gig Economy

When most people think of the Gig Economy, they think of the employee. The stereotype of someone driving an UBER around to make ends meet still permeates. And for good reason. The Gig Economy has forever changed our economy and has given the employee more options when it comes to making money and deciding when […]

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December 14, 2016

Allow me to introduce myself….and the gig economy.

When I was given the privilege of being hired as a blogger for the fantastic upcoming app Veryfier, I considered jumping right in to the more in depth facets of the new gig economy. I’ve decided we’ll have plenty of time for that however, and I think a prep course is in store for my […]

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April 24, 2017

Injunction against unionizing Uber

Earlier this month, a federal judge in Seattle temporarily blocked the country’s first attempt at trying to unionize the independent contractors of Uber and Lyft. Seattle had a law that passed in 2015, saying that independent contractors like Uber of Lyft drivers had the right to collectively bargain their rights, hours, benefits, and the like. […]

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February 7, 2017

Increase in Online Shopping Means Increase in Fraud, Here’s How to Protect Yourself

There’s no denying that online fraud is worse than ever, because every day it’s worse than the day before. Hackers are getting smarter, and even though technology to prevent them is getting better, it seems like the hackers are often much quicker. Why does this fraud keep growing? Simple. It’s an easy way to make […]

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February 8, 2017

Why the gig economy is NECESSARY!

Many people have written, myself included, articles both praising and chastising the gig economy. Some claim that is the best thing since sliced bread, letting people dictate their own schedule and choosing the type of tasks that they would like to earn money on. Others say it’s not nearly stable enough and the fact that […]

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April 24, 2017

How to Get the Most Out of Working Those Extra Gig Hours

The Gig Economy provides some fun opportunities to earn extra income. Sometimes it can be hard to tackle everything in your life while working extra hours. There are ways to stay organized and keep from overworking yourself. Let’s start with priorities… Priorities Start by prioritizing your needs. What do you want to get out of working […]

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