After being diagnosed with two different cancers on the same day, my job would not change the schedule to allow me to go to my daily cancer treatments. They pressured me to quit. I signed up for Uber which gave me the flexibility I needed to get both surgeries done and work around my treatments. It enabled me to pay all the doctor bills and supplemented my social security. At 73 I get tired and times when I don't feel myself I don't have to work. I need to work when I can work. Otherwise, I can't afford to live in California.
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