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Move to Montgomery or auburn ,Al and start the Uber movement there .
How odd that a "full time scientist" would up and decide to move to Denver. Even more strange is that the "full time scientist " would bother checking the Denver uber forum pages to "get ideas of how she would do there."I'm thinking of moving to Denver in the next few months.
You are so right. Did you know the whole state of Colorado is devoid of any science related occupations? Crazy, huh?How odd that a "full time scientist" would up and decide to move to Denver. Even more strange is that the "full time scientist " would bother checking the Denver uber forum pages to "get ideas of how she would do there."
It seems to me that a real scientist would not care so much about measly uber pennies when they were walking away from their full time scientist gig.
Lies are so easy to rip apart.
A real scientist wouldn't be making carrer choices based on how much they could make being an Uber driver.I'm thinking of moving to Denver in the next few months. It seems to be more or less comparable to the Atlanta market. I've been looking over their forum page to get some ideas of how I would do there.
Really like idea of driving hot girls while they pay me a surge... and the occassional invite to join them. Had this happen a few times and would guess athens is good environment for that to happenAthens if you are fine driving at night. During school year it is surge city from midnight to 3am. All rides are are less than 5 miles. Was in Athens when I started Ubering and could guarantee atleast $200 a night for XL, and most of your rides are drunk sexy college girls...entertaining for sure.
Miami, although I heard Lyft is dominant there.Where is a good city to move to and do Uber? I feel like I need a change of scenery. Open to go anywhere. I have been Atlanta too long.
Cost of living there is extremely high.I believe Honolulu is 1.35 a mile.
Lol, I was thinking about getting one of those tip boxesHas anyone tried subliminal music that urges pax to tip?
Denver is more expensive than Atlanta and is a smaller city...did I mention the cold weather, haha?Thought about there too. I am checking cost of living comparisons too for a lot of cities.
There are only 8 US markets bigger than Atlanta, so if you are bored here are your choices:Looking for a change of scenery. This town has gotten way too expensive for what it has to offer and I get bored easily.