How a lot cash did this individual make driving for Uber Eats full-time?

In early 2020, Sam Lyon’s new job failed due to a hiring freeze due to the coronavirus.

It was then that Lyon decided to launch what he called the “Uber Eats Challenge”.

The Salem, Oregon resident pledged to deliver groceries for 12 hours every day in June with a goal of reaching a pace of $ 100,000 a year. He followed his progress on the social media platform TikTok.

By the end of the month he had made 795 deliveries and driven nearly 5,000 miles. In this video you will learn how much money he made and what he learned from that experience.

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