Gig Economy's Growth Calls for Modern Labor Laws, Economist Alan Krueger Warns

Ex-Obama economist makes case for a new category: the "independent worker."

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Current labor laws and safety nets for workers were developed in a different era and more protections are needed for the growing number of independent workers in the gig economy, a prominent economist said Thursday on Capitol Hill.

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