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How self-employment affects the brain | Daniel Glaser

When you are in charge of what’s happening, movement is more graceful. But the gig economy does not allow such autonomy The current debate about the rights of the self-employed raises the question of how much control we have over our work. Is an Uber driver really their own boss if they are controlled by a corporation? And how much does it affect work performance? A great deal, from a neuroscientific perspective.
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