The New York Times lets slip an inconvenient truth about the “gig economy”

From Bruce Joshua Miller:

The New York Times tells us that food stamp case loads are “rising faster in rich counties than in poor ones, as the downturn caused by the virus claimed the restaurant, cleaning and gig economy jobs that support the affluent.”

This is what happens when you fire your copy editors.

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