Help a Freelance Labor Reporter Afford to Take 4th of July Off

Folks,

Help Us Reach Our 4th of July Goal

$377 / $400

Donate Here!

Holidays like this 4 day Fourth of July weekend are the worse for freelancers. Not only can’t you afford to take time off as you have no paid holiday, but the editors, who assign you work, are all on vacation so there is no work.

So to be able to afford to take off for the 4 days, I am asking my readers to help me raise $400.

While I don’t have enough money to go on vacation, so I am gonna staycation here in wonderful Pittsburgh.

However, I promise to use your money to relax, hike the Rachel Carson National Heritage Trail, buy some meat to grill, go to a ballgame, the money will most definitely be used to buy a beer at a funk-soul dance party this weekend.

Thanks once again for everyone’s support. Being a freelancer is hard, but my reader’s donation, enable me as a labor reporter to cover things that I normally wouldn’t be able to cover.

So pass the hat and donate so that a freelance labor reporter can enjoy the freedom to enjoy a holiday like everyone else.

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About the Author

Mike Elk
A Sidney-award winning labor reporter, Mike Elk is the founder of Payday Report and also covers labor and immigration for The Guardian. In 2015, he was illegally fired for union organizing as Politico’s senior labor reporter and used his $70,000 NLRB settlement to start Payday. The son of United Electrical Workers (UE) Director of Organization Gene Elk, he lives in his hometown of Pittsburgh He can be reached at Melk@PaydayReport.com

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