- 29 percent earned less than the state minimum wage that would be applicable if they were a W-2 service-sector worker.
- 62 percent lost earnings because of "technical difficulties clocking in or out," compared with 19 percent of W-2 service-sector workers.
- One in 5 gig workers went hungry because they could not afford enough to eat. 30 percent used the Supplementary Nutrition Assistance Program, twice the rate of W-2 service-sector workers.
- 31 percent did not pay the full amount of their utility bills in the month prior to the survey.....
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