Division of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, State University of New York-Downstate School of Public Health, New York
Department of Human Science, Georgetown University School of Nursing and Health Studies, Washington, DC.
Statement of Clinical Significance: This paper introduces practitioners to the occupational health issues associated with work in the gig economy—that is, contingent work conducted on technology-based platforms—and the relevant legislation regarding these workers. This is an occupational sector with a growing reach and is and underserved occupational population.
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