Let’s do the math!
In order to arrive on time for work, I had to leave a 45 minute buffer, since trains would often single track, offload unexpectedly, or just sit for ages.
A good quarter million of us got rid of our cars, Lyft reports.
For the second time as a gig economy worker, I have been notified that I am now a member of a class action lawsuit.
He wants to know how much money drivers actually make, after they subtract their costs.
This is why we do the math.
Instead of charging by the hour or by the day, Lyft charged employees $200 per spot per month.
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