More than 200,000 people are seeking a nut-job in the United States every day, but there’s one catch.
That job is not for them.
They don’t need to be in a nutjob, a job that requires them to do everything from cleaning toilets to tending to patients.
The nut job is the latest in a series of “gig economy” jobs that are being offered to people looking for a break from the daily grind.
These gig economy jobs have popped up around the country as the internet, smartphones, and apps have made it easier to make money online.
What is a gig economy job?
Gig economy jobs can be defined as services provided for people who have no income or are self-employed, or they offer the same services but for someone else’s money.
In some cases, the gig economy is a direct response to the economic downturn.
The tech-savvy workers who used to earn $80,000 per year to get by now earn $5,000 to $15,000, with some earning even more.
In other cases, gig economy workers may have just started a new job in the tech industry.
They are often in high demand as companies scramble to keep up with demand and cut costs.
They also offer workers an opportunity to make a living for themselves.
Gig economy workers are the newest form of a job for many people.
It’s not unusual for people to take a job they enjoy, and then find it hard to find another.
This gig economy phenomenon is a recent development.
At the start of the year, there were about 1,300 gig economy companies operating in the US, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.
By the end of the first quarter, that number had dropped to about 750.
The jobs created in gig economy have varied in their pay, benefits, and work environment.
Some are offered by gig-like companies called co-working spaces or co-living facilities.
Some offer perks such as paid time off and vacation time.
Some may be part-time, including some who make money doing part-timers work.
Others offer paid work hours.
One popular type of gig economy business is an app called Uber.
These companies operate as mobile app companies and offer services such as ordering, taxi-driving, and delivery.
They charge customers based on the distance they travel, the time they spend there, and the amount of time the driver spends in the vehicle.
Uber’s app is the most popular gig economy app in the U.S., with more than a billion daily users.
But Uber is also an exception.
While Uber has a market cap of $20 billion, the company does not offer any gig economy services.
Uber drivers are paid based on distance and number of trips they make.
Uber has not responded to requests for comment.
An Uber spokesperson told Business Insider that the company has no plans to change its gig economy policies in the future.
However, some of the more popular gig-based services have been getting some attention from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez recently told Congress that the agency was investigating the gig-economy companies that operate in the gig market.
She said that while the companies are not regulated by the FTC, they could be liable for deceptive practices and that they need to provide information about their operations.
“These are not safe, regulated companies,” Ramirez said, adding that the FTC would “exercise every investigative tool at its disposal” to get to the bottom of these companies.
In a statement to Business Insider, the FTC did not specify what it would do with the complaints.
It did say that it would not investigate whether the companies were operating under an “unauthorized” exemption.
The agency also said it would look at whether Uber’s app was offering gig-oriented services or services that were offered as a part- or full-time job.
The FTC said that if a company violates the FTC’s regulations it would “take appropriate action.”
The FTC declined to comment on the number of complaints it received about gig economy businesses.
According to a report by The Washington Post, in 2015, more than 1,100 lawsuits were filed against gig economy firms in the first three months of the new year.
More than 1.3 million of those suits were filed by the average person.