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Uber drivers in San Diego, California gather outside Uber San Diego headquarters for their first organized protest rally against the 30% driver fee cut the company implemented on Jan 1, 2016.
Drivers no longer can afford a livable wage and many are making less than the minimum wage driving for the ride sharing company that is worth 40 Billion dollars.. LYFT also reduced their pay to drivers by 30% to compete with UBER. Please share this information with your friends and support these hard workers.
Another example of an American corporations screwing their workers for profit and why the distribution of wealth is being squeezed from the middle class.
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