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How Much Does Uber's CEO Make Per Year? Net Worth, Income, & More | Dara Khosrowshahi Exposed

Updated: Nov 15, 2022

How Much Does Uber's CEO Make Per Year?

Well, it comes at no surprise that the head of the multi billion dollar company, Uber, is making well over $1 million dollars a year while the drivers for the company make less than minimum wage, are forced to cover their own car expenses, and many of them are homeless. When will the madness stop? Why is it fair that the CEO, Dara Khosrowsahi, has a net worth of $250 million while drivers are sleeping in their cars, working 80 hours per week, with no overtime pay, healthy benefits, or sick leave?

This Uber Eats driver is about to be homeless, breaking down crying, watch below. Please share this article link in your Facebook groups and on Twitter.

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In America, workers should get paid overtime, paid sick leave, and health benefits. Instead, drivers pennies after expenses and the CEO is a multi millionaire, laughing all the way to the bank.

How embarrassing that the Uber CEO has never even given a single ride. Instead, they set up these cameras and stage a ride to try to convince the public that he relates to the drivers. Meanwhile, with hundreds of millions of dollars of net worth, he is probably relieved he will never have to give a ride again after that experience! Why don't you try driving 80 hours a week, Dara? Watch this sad video below on the Uber YouTube channel...

How pathetic!

This Uber Eats driver is homeless, delivering food and passengers to pay for his basic living! When will this madness stop?

This Uber and Lyft driver, who has an MBA, is forced to drive for Uber because he can't get a job anywhere else. This is a perfect example of Uber and Lyft taking advantage of paying low wages because people are desperate to make money doing anything.

So, my question for you is, what can we do about this? Drivers deserve more pay and more protections.

Keep in mind, with a Driverly membership, you get access to ways to earn more, gas discounts, and reactivation services. If you've been deactivated by any gig app, Driverly has you covered and will do everything they can to help you. While it isn't guaranteed, many drivers have been reactivated in the past. You can check out the Driverly website for more information.


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