The Gig Economy Issue: In Depth Who Replaced 9-to-5 Workers? Share Facebook Twitter Email Share Who Replaced 9-to-5 Workers? In just a few years, half of all workers will be outside the traditional economy. Not just artists and farmers but business people and professors, too. Fall 2016 Gig Economy TABLE OF CONTENTS In Depth As 9-to-5 Jobs Vanish, Look Who’s Reinventing the Working World Who Replaced 9-to-5 Workers? How We Became an Economy of Side Jobs When You Don’t Have a Traditional Job, This Is How You Get Creative “I Work Like an Independent Worker, and I Feel Happy” Can Automation Turn Fewer Jobs Into Better Ones? We Need Young Farmers, and Colleges Can Help Finally, Jobs That Work for Parenting 6 Tips on Making Money and Staying Sane When You Work From Home On a Remote Homestead, the Work You Do Is Not Just a Job—It’s Your Life Advising My Laid-Off Mom About Freelance Work For Workers Who Feel Like Part of a Machine, These Companies Get It Right I Took a Side Job Selling Cherries at Pike Place—And Now Love the Farming World Solutions We Love 5 Reasons to Vote Even When You Hate Everything on the Ballot 3 Tattoo Revolutionaries Who Express Their Values in Ink Strangers Become Family at This Multigenerational Housing Project The U.S. Just Surpassed the Number of Breweries We Had in 1873 Culture Shift Half of All Indigenous Languages Are Disappearing. Inside the Rush to Save Them Sorry, Trump: So Many Reasons to Welcome Immigrants The Next Big Thing: Job Benefits That Go Where You Go Urban Foraging: Weeds You Can Eat When Showing Up Requires More Than Just a Facebook Post By Tracy Matsue Loeffelholz < 1 MIN READ Aug 25, 2016 Tracy Matsue Loeffelholz is creative director of YES!