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Co-published with The Guardian. They work in restaurants, they teach, they help people get fit – and suddenly, they can’t go to work. We profile six …

Co-published with Fast Company's Co.Exist with additional support from Capital & Main. I used to write for a newspaper. Now I'm an Uber driver: …

Co-published with The New Yorker. A project in Oakland hopes to do something remarkable: build a co-op agricultural network owned and run by the formerly incarcerated.

Co-published with The GuardianThere’s something wrong with the fact that affluent people can afford to write about minimum-wage jobs while the people who actually work them …

Co-published with Reuters. The company recently announced 6,000 new full-time openings at 19 of its distribution centers. Eager applicants are lining up to join the ranks of …

Co-published with Pacific Standard. Photography by Alice Proujansky supported by EHRP. More Americans are working late-night and early-morning hours. Who's looking after their kids?

Co-published with TIME. The housekeeper’s job is to clean, change sheets, restock amenities and exit the room without leaving any personal traces behind. They are paid …

Co-published with The Atlantic. After veteran reporter Joseph Williams lost his job, he found employment in a sporting-goods store. In a personal essay, he recalls his …

Co-published with Creative Time ReportsWhile women’s responsibilities have grown both inside and outside of the house, their pay has not.

Co-published with The New York Times. Increasingly, even middle- and upper-class parents are finding that day care is nearly impossible to afford.

Co-published with Salon. Romney says Obama "gutted" welfare reform by waiving work requirements. But what if there's no work to be found?

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