60%say women are treated fairly and equally to men
55%would recommend to other women
56%believe their CEO supports gender diversity
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Uber part-time driver
You have to use your own good commen sense. There is a lot of money to be made on the weekends and late nite hours. I choose not to work these times to think of my own safety. I still make very good money working late afternoons and early evenings. Also, I don't have the very intoxicated people and the clean-up problems that some drivers do. I also watch what areas of town I go into. If you feel funny about an area, turn down the fare and turn it over to another driver. You meet some great people and learn about so many things.
You choose your hours and have the option to cancel rides if you feel uncomfortable or like someone is disrespecting you or your car. I've been driving for Uber for over a year (over 2K rides) and have never had to cancel a ride, except for when i've arrived to the destination and the passenger is nowhere to be found, nor are they answering their phone. It's the easiest money I've ever made. You meet a bunch of people, have great conversation, and get paid for driving your own vehicle on your own time.
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