Every day a record 145 million Americans report to a full-time job and many economists now believe that we are rapidly approaching full employment. Given this macroeconomic climate, one might expect to see a decline in self-employment and the number of people eager to engage in the new “on-demand” work that has been enabled by…

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The U.S. labor market is going through a major change as people turn to self-employment in record numbers. Enabled by the ubiquitous connectivity of smartphones, entrepreneurs are embracing the opportunity to become self-employed. Today’s entrepreneurs don’t necessarily have storefronts, staffs or even business cards – and better yet, some don’t even have to find their…

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