Maybe private-hire drivers and food delivery riders don’t want full-time jobs

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Maybe private-hire drivers and food delivery riders don’t want full-time jobs

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Maybe private-hire drivers and food delivery riders don’t want full-time jobs

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I recall feeling something เทคนิคสล็อตออนไลน์ ได้เงินจริง รับเงินเต็มๆ was amiss when I drove for Uber. This was back in 2016.

Initially, I couldn’t pin down what that was. A few days in, I realised that something was work stress.

Since no work could be carried forward as a private hire driver, I didn’t think about work after switching off my driving app.

There was no company’s P&L to worry about over the weekend, no dreaded performance conversations to have next week and most importantly, no pointless meetings that achieved little.

Having been extremely stressed out over a past business venture, that lack of work stress was most welcoming. With no hamster wheel to keep running on, I could actually stop and smell the roses.

That was my first taste of independence and freedom as a gig economy worker, something that I reminiscence about quite fondly.



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