I have spent 99% of my articles talking about the Gig Economy as it pertained to the United States, but guess what? There’s a whole big world out there. So let’s take a look at how the Gig Economy is doing outside the U.S. The first place we have to look at is England, because […]
We’re all becoming more comfortable shopping online, but the really big purchases can still be a little scary. We trust Amazon and eBay for books, movies, and household items, but what about the stuff that’s well into the thousands? In this guide, I’m specifically going to cover one of the most common and most expensive purchases: […]
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 […]
“There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.” – Mark Twain via Benjamin Disraeli. That may be true in politics or when you are trying to form someone’s opinion, but here we are just laying out some of the statistics that prove the Gig economy is here to stay.  Some of these […]
The Gig Economy saw major growth after the 2008 financial crisis. Since then, it’s been growing at a rapid rate. But why? Primarily because it seems like people are trusting corporations less and less with their careers. Now that the days of pensions are over, corporations don’t have the competitive edge they once had. So […]
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 […]
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. […]
Shopping online needs no introduction. We understand the value of comparing thousands of vendors online, compared to only having a few options within our town. And we aren’t afraid of online shopping like we were in 1999. The best part about it is that there are more things to learn and tools to use that […]