Spare a thought for Britain’s students. For the past two years, their university experience has been, to a greater or lesser extent, blighted by Covid restrictions. And now – with some kind of normality returning – they are grappling with a spiraling cost of living that makes it harder than ever to eke out their maintenance loans and and parental allowances.
And that perhaps explains why Unitaskr, a company founded by Joseph Black and Oliver Jacobs, has succeeded in attracting significant numbers of students to what is essentially a task platform along the lines of Freelancer.com, People per Hour or Fivrr.
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