Nonprofit Quarterly

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • YouTube
  • Newsletter
Nonprofit Quarterly

California Vote Could Alter the Future of the Gig Economy

The UC Berkeley Labor Center also estimates that after factoring in waiting time, expenses, and taxes, this wage floor established by Proposition 22 would, in fact, come out to $5.64 an hour, far less than the current state minimum wage of $12 an hour ($13 an hour at larger firms like Uber and Lyft).