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Gig workers are screwed right now. This emergency cash fund can help.

Mashable Friday, 1 May 2020
It's tough out there for gig workers. Those who are working during the coronavirus pandemic are struggling to get proper protection from companies like Instacart, and those who aren't are struggling to pay the bills. Even those who are still working may not be able to make ends meet due to a drop in demand for services such as...
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