Alone, together: Shared workspaces offer community for “solopreneurs”

The terms are many: Freelancers. Independent workers. Part-timers. Temporaries. Solopreneurs. Contingent workers. Side-giggers.

There are an increasing number of them in the American economy. According to MBO Partners, a big consulting firm that studies them, the independent workforce is growing more than five times faster than the overall labor force. And the facilities to accommodate these independents have become very big business indeed.

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