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Ehh, I don’t think they’re targeting the “gainfully” employed. With wage inequality, stagnation, and suppression running rampant, there is something to be said about being paid to do something many people already do (in this example, driving) and be able to start and stop as you see fit. To be transparent, I hate the prominence of “side hustle philosophy” but I do think criticism shouldn’t overlook or misdiagnose who is targeted by that philosophy and why it has been successful.

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