Women make less in the gig economy. A new study asked why.
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February 16, 20217 min read, 1301 words

Women make less in the gig economy. A new study asked why.Women make less in the gig economy. A new study asked why.

Sharon Goldman
Published: February 16, 2021  |  7 min read, 1301 words
When Jennifer Cartlidge lost her job at a pet supply store after covid-19 began shuttering businesses last March, she rushed to find work that minimized face-to-face contact. Cartlidge, 40, is a kidney cancer survivor with autoimmune issues, so she’s considered high-risk. Signing...
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