Social Protection

The social safety net is not ready for the next tech revolution. Here’s why

People listen to speakers at the Uber citywide jobs tour in the Queens borough of New York July 21, 2015. The jobs tour brings together Uber-driver partners and others who have the interest in joining the Uber platform in the five boroughs of New York. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton - GF10000166132

With the rise of the gig economy, many people have no regular employer at all. Image: REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

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