One in Six Americans Earn Money in Online Gig Work: Pew Center – Bloomberg

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Sixteen percent of Americans have earned money doing household chores and running errands for other people via online apps and websites, according to the Pew Research Center. 
If people are younger, non-white and poorer, they are more likely to have done online gigs such as giving a ride, delivering groceries and cleaning a home, according to a survey of 10,348 U.S. adults conducted Aug. 23-29. 


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