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The New York Times: Gig Workers Say High Gas Prices May Be a Breaking Point
Location: Washington, DC & Philadelphia, PA
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Biography: Caroline Gutman is a freelance photographer and writer based between Washington, DC and Philadelphia, PA, USA. Her work often looks at gender and economic inequality, climate change, and art and cultural innovation. Her work has been featured by... MORE
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The New York Times: Gig Workers Say High Gas Prices May Be a Breaking Point
Copyright Caroline Gutman 2024
Updated Mar 2022
Location Coopersburg, PA
Topics Business, Capitalism, Corporate, Economy, Journalism, Media, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Transportation
Summary
For The New York Times: Philippe Jean, who drives for Uber and Lyft part-time, took part in a boycott last week to draw attention to rising gas prices and inadequate support for drivers. "I think personally if I sat down and did the numbers, it would be break-even."

Story written by Kellen Browning

Full story: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/03/17/technology/gas-prices-uber-lyft-drivers.html
For The New York Times: Philippe Jean, who drives for Uber and Lyft part-time, took part in a boycott last week to draw attention to rising gas prices and inadequate support for drivers. "I think personally if I sat down and did the numbers, it would be break-even."

Story written by Kellen Browning

Full story: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/03/17/technology/gas-prices-uber-lyft-drivers.html
Gig Workers Say High Gas Prices May Be a Breaking Point
Some drivers say they find it hard to justify spending hours on the road for Uber or Lyft as fuel costs continue to tick upward.
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