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I really like the stories people have, passengers for some bizarre reason really open up to their drivers so you come across some really interesting stories. On top of that the it's extra cash.. that I put into my business on the side.
I'm studying at the University of Queensland and I plan on working in Marketing after I graduate.
Last semester I had a job that was about 25-30 hours a week, all Monday to Friday, whereas now I can choose my hours - one week I might work 20 hours, and next week I might work nothing. The fact I can work around my studies and my personal life has really helped my life a lot.
Hi my name is Rana and I am an IT consultant who drives on the uberX platform on the weekends. The concept is great and the financial benefit is great too.
I get to discuss day to day topics with so many different people from all sorts of industries. I was an early adopter of Uber and have loved it since the day I started.
I'm a 38-year old single mum. I'm studying full-time nursing at university and my other part-time job and ambition is netball umpiring.
Public transport cuts off a midnight, so quite often you have ladies, men wandering around streets late at night - Uber gives them an option to be picked up safely. Feedback from my clients, particularly female clients is that they feel extremely safe.
I used to be a police officer in London and now I'm a university lecturer in Goulburn. It's strangely addictive, something makes me just keep going. You meet some great people, it's just fantastic - I love it. This is a friendly, fast, convenient service and it's the way forward.
I'm a 58-year old male, born and bred in Brisbane. What brought me to Uber was that I had a lot of downtime and with the economy shrinking, I seem to have more downtime.
It's allowed me to meet new people and get positive feedback. It's given riders an another option, and just utilising the existing resources that are out there.