Payouts for executives, pittance for drivers: Inside the Uber revolt

On May 8, two days before Uber’s initial public offering at the share market, Uber and other rideshare app drivers across the world went on a strike to protest the precarious work conditions of their jobs.

May 10, 2019 by Surangya

While Uber’s IPO is expected to immensely profit executives and investors of the company, the drivers making these profits possible are earning less than minimum wages, and often have to work over 70 hours a week to meet their expenses.

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