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Most Americans Don't Want to Be Gig Workers, But 60 Million Do

Late in August Deloitte released survey results under the headline Deloitte survey finds 67 percent of Americans who have worked as independent contractors would choose not to do so in the future. This led to a series of articles suggesting...
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