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Kenny Johnson
over 6 months ago

Bindery worker folding operator

I’m originally from New York I’m a people person at this time I’m driving Uber getting ready to drive Lyft if I can find a job back in my field that would be nice I’ve been doing folding for about 44 years I’ve done security Work when I started working in bindery there was no computers out to the public times change I work for new point media Group for 13 years in Georgia and I’m just looking for work at this time .

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Bronna Bodenstein
over 6 months ago

Looking for feedback

Those of you out there who have driven for Lyft--I would love your feedback, as I am considering doing so to pick up some extra income. What was your experience like? Did you end up having to drive into bad neighborhoods? Did you feel safe? Did you find that most passengers gave decent tips and fair evaluations? Did your passengers mess up or damage your car? Were your earnings worth the time (and car expense) that it took to get them? Thanks in advance for your feedback!

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Jeannie Malsam
over 6 months ago

Lyft in DENVER

If you're thinking of becoming a Lyft Driver in Denver, you can use my link to make an extra $5 per ride your first month. When I did it, I used someone's code and got $3 extra and it really made a difference. If you use my code, I also get a commission! I love driving for Lyft and making my own hours. I do it part time and it feels more like a hobby than a job! https://www.lyft.com/drivers/JEANNIE91786

#lyft #lyftdenver #denver #rideshare #driver #promocode #lyftcode

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Jay Rogers
over 6 months ago

ever try uber or uber eats?

you can make $50 k doing uber. and they do NOT age discriminate

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Elyssa Duncan
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

A day in the life of a new Lyft Driver: take a look!

Interested in becoming a driver for Lyft, but not sure what to expect? If you’re approved as a first-time Lyft driver but haven’t given your first ride, it’s completely normal that to feel a little anxious. 😬

Take a look at Shanice's first week as a #rideshare driver! You’ll see what happens when Shanice finally gets over her fear and gives that first ride. 🚘

Learn more about driving with Lyft

#jobsearch #gigwork #nationwideUSA

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Jobcase Team posted an article
Nov 4, 2020

Worker benefits offered to Uber drivers

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Monique Whitlock
over 6 months ago

Confused

Since my accident while driving for Lyft I am without a vehicle and reside near a handful of warehouses I decided to check those within walking distance. Most want you to go through a temp agency which I didn't want because I need a full salary. I finally get the ok from one. I fill out application then had a fone interview 2 days later I get call for in person interview then a walk through. 3 1/2 wks no response so I contact the temp within the company. Yesterday had interview walk through mouth swab and selected my shift. Looking good. Told me I'd get email today if swab came back clear so I can fill out necessarily paperwork so I can start Monday. I got call today saying all candidates names passed to HR he was told they have a hold on mines because they still reviewing. WHAT reviewing there is ppl who getting hired everyday what's the hold up. If not trying to give me a job just say so I'm a grown woman I can handle it. This on hold isn't Kool . I called left message bout 2 wks ago no response. Do I call again or should I just forget about being hired ????

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Jack M
over 6 months ago

Rideshare Drivers for Potswork Lyft Or Uber Get COVID-19 ECONOMIC INJURY DISASTER LOAN

If you drive for Uber, Potswork or Lyft follow the SBA.gov link below and get covid relief loans as much as $20,000 as independent contractors. Also, all Uber and Lyft drivers sign up for Potswork Driver App and set your prices for all trips you complete. Share your driver profile with current riders and make them future regulars.

https://covid19relief.sba.gov/#/business-info

#rideshare #ridesharedriver #jobs #pua #uber #ubereats #lyft #potswork

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Steven Ransom
over 6 months ago

Learn how HyreCar can help you start driving for companies like Uber or Lyft without owning a qualifying vehicle.

Offer daily, weekly, and monthly rental options. They will provide all the necessary vehicle documents you need to upload to any rideshare or delivery service that you want to drive for. Insurance is provided for all rentals. Get Started Today:

Did you also know your car could be making you money? List your car on HyreCar and earn passive income renting your lazy car to rideshare and delivery drivers. Insurance Included! Get started today:

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Steven Ransom
over 6 months ago

Learn how HyreCar can help you start driving for companies like Uber or Lyft without owning a qualifying vehicle.

Did you also know your car could be making you money? List your car on HyreCar and earn passive income renting your lazy car to rideshare and delivery drivers. Insurance Included! Get started today:

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