| April 9th | 2020 4:53PM
US gig workers and self-employed face delays in jobless aid
WASHINGTON (AP) — After Rich Cruse saw about $3,000 in income for his photography business quickly disappear to the coronavirus, he tried to apply for unemployment benefits in California. But like many states, his isn't yet accepting claims from the self-employed like him.
That's left Cruse, 58, earning just meager pay driving for Uber Eats near San Diego.