WRAL TechWire’s Startup Spotlight

RALEIGH – As labor shortages and rising inflation add pressure to today’s caregiving crisis, two startup founders are leveraging the gig economy to pair student caregivers with families in need.

The “gig economy,” as it is called, refers to a network of digital platforms like Uber, DoorDash, and Upwork that connect people to earning opportunities.

CareYaya, created by co-founders Neal Shah and Gavry Eshet, is a platform that connects families to student caregivers.

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