- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at Uber (Less than a year)
Yes, you get to create your own schedule. That’s pretty much the only pro. Actually that is the only pro.
Everything else. Average payout is closer to $6/hour. Out of the three months I’ve worked for them, I’ve had one Day where I actually made $20/hour (I drive five days a week). They offer no support, do not help you find areas to drive in (ignore the surge if you drive for them- never ever profitable). Wear and tear on your car, gas adds up fast, and Uber pool can actually cost the driver to complete. If you want to be frustrated, disappointed, and broke, drive for Uber. Weekly quests are impossible to reach- if you have to hit 30 drives to complete, it’s remarkable how every time you’ll get to 28 drives and not get another request until the quest period ends.
Advice to Management
Stop lying to people to get them to drive for you by advertising false and unattainable hourly wages. Get rid of uberpool or at the very least give the drivers a fair wage from it instead of lining your own pockets. Oh and if you’re going to take half of the cost of the trip right off the bat, maybe let riders know that so they don’t assume a driver made $13 off a trip instead of the $4 we actually get.
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