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Gig Economy—How Deep Is The Discontent?

Zomato to Swiggy, Uber to Urban Company, is there rising discontent among gig-economy workers.

<div class="paragraphs"><p>A group of Zomato food delivery couriers check their smartphones for customer order alerts in Mumbai, India, on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020.</p></div>
A group of Zomato food delivery couriers check their smartphones for customer order alerts in Mumbai, India, on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020.
They help deliver your food. Connect you to your ride to office. Line up professionals for household chores and maybe even a weekend massage. Or let you find accountants, doctors and lawyers.Gig economy platforms, which connect users to service providers, have made life easy for many consumers. They have also provided a source of income for those who may not have or want a full-time formal job. Yet, increasingly, workers on these pla...
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