Are you affected, or know someone affected, by the government shutdown? Share this quick-start guide with them, or with anyone you know looking to make extra money in a short period of time, for some tips on how to get started quickly with rideshare driving for Uber and Lyft.
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Many drivers choose to sign up with Uber and/or Lyft because the job is flexible. You get in your car, turn on your app, and get going. But if you’ve never considered signing up with Uber and Lyft before, you might wonder what the process is like. Senior RSG contributor Jay Cradeur shares how you can quickly get on the road with Uber and Lyft.
The recent government shutdown, now entering its third week, has put an emphasis on people losing their ability to earn revenue. At a minimum, 800,000 people are now negatively impacted because of a disagreement over a wall (hmmm, fence).
It is unfortunate and unexpected. This is a perfect example of why it is good to have rideshare driving in your arsenal of revenue-generating activities. Some work situations are unstable. All of us can lose our job for a bevy of reasons.