Editor’s note: This article is part of an ongoing series Courier Hacker is publishing to inform potential drivers of all the brands in the gig economy. We will be featuring
Have you ever been frustrated that, no matter how many guests you hope or how great your ratings are, your Airbnb listing never seems to be at the top of
Picture this. You’re working your favorite rideshare platform late at night. You pull up to a pickup location that happens to be near a bar, and no one is there.
So you work for the gig economy. Who’s your boss? Theoretically, it’s whatever platform you work for, right? Uber, Lyft, Postmates, DoorDash. Practically, it’s your smartphone (let’s face it, it’s