Category: Gig Economy

A Tale Of Three Cities: Gig-Economy Drivers Are Paying The Price Of New Minimum Wage Laws

It’s a familiar sight these days: supposedly well-meaning lawmakers, often lobbied by unions, believe they are helping workers by substantially boosting the minimum wage. Companies must then pull rabbits out of hats to afford increased labor costs, which leads to higher prices for consumers, decreased demand, and less available work.

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