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Most Uber Drivers Earn Enough To Pay For Peanuts

Posted on April 27, 2015

It may be possible to earn $252,000 a year on Uber, but a high income is far from the rule among people who work through platforms for independent workers, according to newly released data from by MBO Partners, a firm in Herndon, Va., that studies the independent economy.

Forbes magazine article here

Related Topics: driver pay, employee wages, labor laws, on-demand service, TNCs, Uber

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