What are the work/job types that are not supported by Automagic Earnings?

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  • On-Demand community members
    • These are community members who do not have a fixed work location and typically have to travel for work. Examples of On-Demand employees include:
      • Uber, GrubHub, DoorDash, Instacart, Shyp, Handy, Doorman, Wag!, Caviar, Shipt, Delivery Dudes, and Waitr
  • Community members that work in residential areas
    • These are community members who travel to residential area for work. Examples include:
      • Nannies, gardeners, plumbers, and caregivers
  • Emergency Services 
    • These are community members who work in emergency services and typically travel for work. Examples include:
      • EMS (Emergency Medical Services), Firefighters and Police (law enforcement and criminal investigation), Tactical Teams (SWAT), Maritime Units, and Aviation Units
  • Community members that work from home
    • Because we have no way to tell when a community member is on or off the clock, we are unable to support employees who work from home. Examples include:
      • Writers, childcare providers, online translators, and virtual assistants
  • Community members who travel for work
    • These community members travel for work and work from multiple locations. Examples include:
      • Truck drivers, flight attendants, cruise ship workers, tour guide, travel agents, and consultants
  • Community members who work off-site from the company's office or workplace
    • These community members are assigned outside of their employers work address. Examples include:
      • Construction workers, photographers, field reporters, and landscapers
  • Teachers on summer and holiday breaks
    • Although teachers are supported by Automagic Earnings during the school year (typically through late August and early June), we are unable to calculate hours during summer and holiday breaks. Examples include:
      • Professors, substitute teachers, and school tutors 

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