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In Los Angeles, an Economy Built on Freelancers Crumbles
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In Los Angeles, an Economy Built on Freelancers Crumbles

Published: June 30, 2020  |  , 93 words
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Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchBy| Photographs by Emily Berl for The Wall Street JournalCandy Ibarra had six jobs at the beginning of 2020. Now she has none. By March, with a pandemic-stricken economy in free fall, a Target commercial in which she was going to perform was canceled, as were at least six other Hollywood projects. Non-acting jobs she had to help pay the bills, as a private investigator and a translator, dried up because of travel restrictions and bans on outsiders in courts and hospitals. In...To Read the Full StorySponsored Offers READ MORE
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