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REVEALED: Uber and Lyft drivers are earning $44 AN HOUR in some cities

This year initially saw a gradual increase in demand for ride-hailing, but this accelerated last month as vaccination rates rose and people returned to pre-pandemic activities

As Demand For Rides Soars With People Travelling More After Cornonavirus Shutdowns – And That’s WITHOUT Tips



Uber and Lyft are offering drivers generous cash bonuses in order to keep up with the demand for rides as vaccinations climb and people start to return to their pre-pandemic activities.

With the new incentives, drivers for Lyft are earning as much as $44 an hour in Denver and $43 an hour in Philadelphia, while Uber drivers can make an average of $37.44 an hour in New York City and $32.60 in Philadelphia.

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Uber and Lyft drivers are earning as much as $43 AN HOUR in US cities as demand for rides soars | Daily Mail Online

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