Move Over Uber: How The Internet Helps Domestic Workers Find Jobs NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with researcher Julia Ticona about a new survey about how nannies, housekeepers and other domestic workers find work — and stay safe — in the online marketplace.
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Move Over Uber: How The Internet Helps Domestic Workers Find Jobs

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Move Over Uber: How The Internet Helps Domestic Workers Find Jobs

Move Over Uber: How The Internet Helps Domestic Workers Find Jobs

Move Over Uber: How The Internet Helps Domestic Workers Find Jobs

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NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with researcher Julia Ticona about a new survey about how nannies, housekeepers and other domestic workers find work — and stay safe — in the online marketplace.