For many drivers, ridesharing may be a temporary gig while you’re in between jobs, or it may be an additional job you do outside of your regular 9 to 5 job. Either way, should you add rideshare driving to your resume and, if so, how? Today, senior RSG contributor Will Preston answers those questions and more, helping you create an accurate representation of your work on your resume.
Rideshare driving can be as visible or invisible on your resume as you’d like it to be. Some use their ridesharing business to show off their business skills, while others don’t want to mention it at all.
Let’s talk about the reasons why you might want to put it on your resume, as well as a few reasons why you might not want to do so. And then, we’ll share some creative ways to put it on your resume if you want to.