It has given me the flexibility to work all week to cover living expenses
I have been retired for seven years...I started rideshare driving a little over two years ago. It has given me the flexibility to try out living in a city where one son lives, and then easily change to driving in a different city where my other son lives. It has given me the flexibility to work all week to cover living expenses when I was living on my own, and then easily transition to working mostly weekends when I moved into a sons' household and started doing granddaddy daycare. Throughout these two years, it has also given me the flexibility to stop rideshare driving entirely for a month or more to drive to another state to visit family and friends. I'm concerned that the same flexibility will not be available if Lyft has to treat me as a part-time employee.
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