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We need more of this, people simply ignoring the government's stupid laws and doing as they please. (Of course, that unfortunately puts you at greater risk from the police state) - ChrisThe growing underground economy may be helping to prevent the real economy from sinking further, according to analysts.
The shadow economy is a system composed of those who can't find a full-time or regular job. Workers turn to anything that pays them under the table, with no income reported and no taxes paid — especially with an uneven job picture.