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Stacy leny

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I'm new at uber and I want to know how to work at the Houston bush airport I already got my permit...and what times are the best
 

Ted1

Active Member
Do a search on this site this question had been asked many times. And if that's your real name your using you should consider changing it. Just some friendly advice I can't help you with times to work iah because I don't work the airport but there is a lot of info here just search for it.
 

Richard Cranium

Well-Known Member
I'm new at uber and I want to know how to work at the Houston bush airport I already got my permit...and what times are the best
The Airport is a 24/7 operation, so technically you should be able to get a ping at any hour. How long you wait is a crap shoot.
However, I would search the threads and make my own decision if Uber/The Airport is a good choice.
I think you would make more $$ being a baggage handler.

RC
 

Xpizza

Active Member
See airport permit for pickup. Good info Don't let negative people get u down. But don't be shocked when u get to the airport and there are more than 100 cars.
 

U for Uber

Active Member
Stacy, welcome to Uber! I used my real name as well, it was an honest mistake and I did try to make a second account but for some reason that second account I made can't comment or make posts... so wth haha.

Anyways, please be informed for future reference when seeking advice on this forum. There are some smart wise people, like the few comments already... tread with caution.

Most of the Uber haters are full-timers. They didn't care or have the chance or wanted to go/stay in college, so they do Uber and are mad 95% of the time:oopsies::frown:.

The real TRUTH is... Uber gives a part-timer or college student to easily net $1000 a month to help pay for expenses. You can easily net $1000/month at 30-35hours. Just work during promotions, incentives, etc. IDK what Houston offers, but in Chicago, I get them every week and weekend. I've been with Uber for 2months and every week I'm netting $200-$300 with 6-9 hours only.

And full-timers, "Well-Known members", then come on here to cry to Uber and the CEO, that they aren't minimally netting $40/hr for a job that doesn't even require a resume, LOL!! Get real.
 

NoMoUbrr

Well-Known Member
Stacy, welcome to Uber! I used my real name as well, it was an honest mistake and I did try to make a second account but for some reason that second account I made can't comment or make posts... so wth haha.

Anyways, please be informed for future reference when seeking advice on this forum. There are some smart wise people, like the few comments already... tread with caution.

Most of the Uber haters are full-timers. They didn't care or have the chance or wanted to go/stay in college, so they do Uber and are mad 95% of the time:oopsies::frown:.

The real TRUTH is... Uber gives a part-timer or college student to easily net $1000 a month to help pay for expenses. You can easily net $1000/month at 30-35hours. Just work during promotions, incentives, etc. IDK what Houston offers, but in Chicago, I get them every week and weekend. I've been with Uber for 2months and every week I'm netting $200-$300 with 6-9 hours only.

And full-timers, "Well-Known members", then come on here to cry to Uber and the CEO, that they aren't minimally netting $40/hr for a job that doesn't even require a resume, LOL!! Get real.
C'mon man why you spewing your lies here.Your lies can be proven by driving a Day or a Week.40 Hour/Week netting $1000.00 ($25/Hr) or 9 Hour $300 ($33/Hr) Ha ha ha ha........
You are not an Uber driver or Ex Uber Driver
You are Hired by Uber to spread lies and Propaganda on Public Forum.You cannot getaway with your lies,QUIT.
 
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U for Uber

Active Member
We don't have 'boost zones'. Its been weeks since I made anything
off surge, they're non existent. We don't have hourly guarantees, and any Uber incentives dried up months ago.

You don't know s h i t about driving in Houston, any comments you have are bs.
Oh ok, my bad. I thought Uber was fairly similar nation wide. I have been only driving for under 2 months, so I'm still a newbie netting $30/hr.:p

Uber in Houston is unfortunate. .:frown:
 

NoMoUbrr

Well-Known Member
And BTW, I have a degree from UCLA. Try to find a job in the oil patch in Houston. But once again, you wouldn't know that, you're clueless to this city.
Exactly,Comparing Having a College Degree or Not having a College Degree to getting Mad at Uber is Moronic.People are mad at Uber coz its a Shitty Company to work for and how it lures drivers with lies and false hope of making money.
 

NoMoUbrr

Well-Known Member
False. I just showed you a typical Saturday night for me. How are you not convinced? Are you this dense? You capitalizing the first letter in every other word proves you're an idiot. That and your obnoxious hate towards something you CAN control... by just quitting or working smarter. The second one seems to be too tough, so I'm not surprised you chose the first option. Although, the majority of Uber drivers are people without an education. You should be thankful Uber is around.

Under 3 gallons. 80miles (including dead miles), 2013 corolla, gas $1.99/gal. Do the math online. It's work SMART over HARD. Idk how none of you know this. But again, it's the market. And you Texas people are forced to work for pennies at .90 cents a mile without any surge or boost... at least that's ours.

This does NOT prove that Uber sucks. It's excellent for the part-timers who want some EXTRA cash. NOT FULL TIME SALARY cash... there is a difference. Good day.
Uber should be thankful they can take advantage of all those "Uneducated" Drivers.
 

U for Uber

Active Member
This doesn't need to go on any further. I've shown you the screenshot of an average night for me.
And I agree, someone educate this new born driver and Uber On!!
 
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