How Much Are People Making from the Sharing Economy? by http://bit.ly/2sO3BFe


This post is adapted from the blog of Earnest, a Priceonomics Data Studio customer.

Coined shortly after the financial crisis in 2009, the so-called “gig economy” or “sharing economy” refers to the growing cadre of companies like Airbnb, Lyft, and TaskRabbit—platforms that employ temporary workers who provide a wide variety of services: delivery, ridesharing, rentals, and odd jobs. A recent Pew study estimated that nearly a quarter of all Americans earn some money through these platforms.

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