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Study Shows Jobs Rose In Taxi Industry Despite Uber

Posted on January 26, 2017

Yellow cabs in Manhattan. Uber drivers were found to earn more than those in traditional taxi services, due mostly to software that allows drivers to better plan their time and services. (Wikimedia Commons image by Ad Meskens) copyright license here

Yellow cabs in Manhattan. Uber drivers were found to earn more than those in traditional taxi services, due mostly to software that allows drivers to better plan their time and services. 

(Wikimedia Commons image by Ad Meskens) copyright license here

Despite widespread protests against the gig economy platform and Uber, a recent analysis revealed the effects on jobs and the taxi industry are marginal at most.

Forbes.com article here

Related Topics: employee issues, gig economy, TNCs, Uber

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