The drivers we spoke with say they’re making anywhere from $5 an hour to $20 an hour, meaning that in a year’s time, if they’re working 40-hour weeks, they could be making anywhere between $10,000 to $41,000
@uber @Etsy @homejoy.. Is it time to look at Living compensation in the tech startup community esecially with platforms for freelancers – My challenge in accepting these new startups is my belief that a solid plan , should address the challenges in the equation rather than shift it and ignore it! too many platforms miss teh opportunity to cust cost for the very people they depend on especially in teh supply chain issues! Bargaining for bulk rates for gas, insurance and supplies for it’s drivers, would make being a UBER driver something to desire fo rexample… better yet using huge investments to subsize some overheads could be just effective as heavy marketing fees many are paying! Or just maybe it’s time for trade unions and guilds in the tech scene!