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By reclassifying drivers as “employees” rather than “contractors,” the ruling could point the way toward benefits for drivers while hitting profits at the on-demand ride service.
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The distance between people and jobs in metropolitan America is growing, and it’s having a detrimental impact on more than just workers’ commute times.
Find out where your state ranks in terms of the difficulty of recovering from unemployment, and where you might consider looking if you’re job hunting.
The net worth of U.S. households has reached another record high. Find out why — and what it means for you and the U.S. economy.
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