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Pacific Standard | 08.03.15

The Future of Work: What Isn’t Counted Counts

Karen Levy

D&S fellow Karen Levy published an essay on measurement in Pacific Standard’s The Future of Work and Workers series:

As data analytics and monitoring technologies come to be used in more and more workplaces, we must be attuned to how they affect these most vulnerable workers. Counting some kinds of work to the exclusion of others can mean that the real burdens of work are less visible, and that the workers who bear them may be less fairly paid for all that they do.

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