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Good enough delivery driver gig work, it's pretty much everything you expect. Nice that you can make your own hours and cash out whenever you want to, though immediate (as opposed to scheduled weekly payouts) payouts come with a small fee.
flexible hours, easy money
not super rewarding for the amount of hustle you do
Get a real job it’s not worth the expenses and wear and tear on your car. No benefits or room for growth. Fares are inconsistent and people tip very rarely.
Like any corporation earnings are the driving factor and the drivers are squeezed like a sponge to increase margins and profits. The pay and bonuses gradually trended down overtime where I feel it is no longer worth it. I'm over Uber and ready for something else but, generally speaking the passengers were great (obviously some terrible ones as well). I had allot of laughs and insightful conversations while working there. If you are a people person you will like it. If not, you will hate it. If you need something quick as a stop gap go for it, but not worth it long term.
UBER is one of the most dishonest transportation service.....for both drivers and passengers. They charging so much and paying the drivers little to nothing. If they have promotions they want you to start first trip in Miami which is so stupid. What about who buying gas, whose car mileage going up, whose car tires mess up and many more things? You think if we pick up/drop off a passenger 30% is good enough....NO NO NO....COME ON. WHY NOT UBER TAKE 30% AND GIVE US DRIVER 70%. OR 50/50.
Not paying right.
Flexibility is great. Pay without any bonuses is not great. Tough to make decent money after paying for gas, car depreciation, etc. I assume drivers in big cities can do very well, though.
Create your own hours
Can wait hours without giving a ride
Fast-paced if you're time management is up to par. Great way to make full-time money with part-time hours.
Flexible hoursVarious locationsNon-stop pacedGreat way to travelEnjoyable payConsistent workloadExpected downtimeConsiderable areas to workGreat tips and fares
Occasional tip increase
occasional fee decline
Working for Uber has been overall a good opportunity as a full-time college student. The work life balance is absolutely the best part, and pay isn't bad either. I usually make anywhere between $15-$20 an hour. Don't expect much support from any 'higher-ups' because there really aren't any. After a while, you might feel you've hit a ceiling, too, because there's only so much upward growth you can achieve. At the end of the day, this is a great side-gig, part-time job, or temporary job, unless you maybe work in the heart of a major city.
Work whenever you want
Wear and tear
I’ve driven Uber off and on for over 2 years. Driver support is horrible. It may as well be non-existent. One morning I logged in to drive and found my account was suspended. I was told they were performing a follow-up background check after a year and a year and a half of driving. They said it would take 3-4 days. I was livid. The provided no reason for the follow up and no advance notice. It took about half a day and numerous calls to get somebody to unlock my account. On another morning I attempted to log in and found my account suspended. This time, a passenger claimed I had been in an accident. Rather than follow up with me, they suspended my account. I was on the phone for over an hour, insisting that I be transferred to a supervisor and was told that it couldn’t be done. Eventually, I took pictures of my car to prove that I had not been in an accident. Their only concern is to maintain a continuous revenue stream. I’ve been told by the ‘unhelpful’ line, since I started, that Uber is working to improve GPS...I’ve been provided some of the most asinine routes for pick-ups and drop-offs. It’s as if a cab company came up with them to ensure their drivers got the highest fares. If it wasn’t for the flexibility to drive where and when I choose, I would have found something else by now. Of course this pandemic has eliminated most hiring.
Flexibility to work when I choose
Lack of support, ignorant and rude passengers
This job is basically a temp or great for younger or retired people who want to earn a little more cash. Most trips are alright, you wlil have some great trips and some less than optimal. Having your own schedule comes with self-motivation to work feelings as well.
Everything depends on you! If you want to earn extra money in a short time, then choose the time wisely and you can easily earn $50 in 2-3 hours, or if you want to work full time, be sure to work on weekends (Fri, Sat, Sun) and at DFW. On weekdays, you can earn $150, and on weekends, $200. I'm truly think the most important factor in your earnings - Luck: will you get a tip, a surge zone or a good quest. But most importantly, you have to love to drive and not get tired of it.
Pay, hours, schedule, freedom.
Gas, vehicle wear, traffic.