The woman in the grocery line? She’s a freelance copywriter, substitute teacher and life coach. Your neighbor? He’s an independent management consultant who books gigs for his band. The comedian you’re watching on-stage has a CPA and a 5-star rating on Upwork. Your waiter works handyman gigs. And your Uber driver? She takes call-outs on weekends to pay off her MBA faster. John Bevell, ’12, has seen this workforce wave from afar and plans to ride it. How much of a role will the gig economy play in the future of work? Are you ready for this sea change? Read the full story.