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Ive S.

Lyft | National City, CA

The money and freedom helps in so many ways

A lot of people have reasons that the work schedule for share rides works for them, so do I. I tired after 25 years of working for the County, I was faithful rarely missing a day of work, I do have a BA degree in business. I worked a lot of overtime whenever it was offered. I knew I would be starting another career, however life changes. I became a full-time caregiver for my mother and older disabled brother, after leaving my job. My mom passed a year and a half ago, and I had not worked in over 10 years while caring for them. Being over 60 years of age, now, I had to weigh what type of work I could and would do. I was a little afraid at first dealing with people that I did not know and going places that I had never been before, but now see it as a journey. I also have other things that I am working on, the money and freedom helps in so many ways.

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