The California freelance law AB5 has made 2020 a nightmare for many of the gig workers it was intended to protect, by creating strict limits on how much work they could do. But those limits may be gone soon for freelance writers, photographers, and musicians, as the Chronicle reports that
by Kate Brunotts In an age on the brink of a recession, managing your money wisely is more important than ever. Meanwhile, we continue to spend more and more repaying student loans— A 2019 study by TD Bank found that student debt holders spend on average 20% of their take-home
This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2021. You can get something delicious, that will also fill you up, at all these eateries for under
As the holidays slowly become a distant memory, so does your temporary or seasonal job. It’s time to look for something to get you through the winter months. Apploi, an application for your smartphone or tablet is changing the entire scope of the job application and hiring process. Apploi, a
So I moved to Portland last summer from San Francisco and, as you can tell from my previous posts, (A Scumbag’s Guide to Portland) I’m madly in love with it.
Some of you are broke because you are waiting for your dream job to come along. Or, you may be broke BECAUSE you are in your dream job, and the money doesn’t matter. Congratulations, you’ve achieved something that so many of us pine for daily. I know this is
‘œMoney sucks’ is a phrase that I often angrily exclaim as I check my bank balance, cut my rent check, or buy….pretty much anything. Even with a 9-to-5 desk job, times are tight and sometimes one needs a little supplemental income to get past the necessities. A trick that I’ve