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Uber drivers in Washington, D.C., cite stress and debt in their work for the app. Carlos Jasso/Reuters. A NEW REPORT FROM GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY REVEALS WAGE AND OTHER CHALLENGES FACED BY UBER DRIVERS IN WASHINGTON, D.C., YET MANY SAY THEY PLAN TO KEEP DRIVING. In 2016, a group of 40 Washington, D.C., Uber drivers sat down with Georgetown researchers to offer a window into life on the road. Many of them said that they were spiraling into debt; that their wages were constantly fluctuating, often with little notice; that the job threatened their mental and physical health—and that, if given the option, they would keep right on driving. A report released today, out of Georgetown’s Kalmanovit... Tout l'article

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