Elizabeth Woyke is a freelance business and technology reporter and author of The Smartphone: Anatomy of an Industry (The New Press). A former BusinessWeek and Forbes staff writer, her work has been published in Inc., Money and Time Asia magazines as well as Fast Company, Reuters, and The Atlantic online. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Yale University and a master’s degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and is one of the leaders of the Yale Alumni Journalism Association.
O’ReillyAuthors Nick Grossman and Elizabeth Woyke explore how changes in the workplace bundle are drawing more and more people into the part-time labor force, aka the "gig economy," including traditional freelancers, craftspeople, independent contractors, micro-entrepreneurs, and shift workers. Read on O’ReillyOctober 2015