A 70-year-old Uber driver shared insights on how he strategically boosts his income by canceling over 30% of his rides and choosing to drive during busy periods. The driver, named Bill, emphasized that declining and canceling rides is a deliberate tactic to avoid financial losses. By being selective in accepting rides and focusing on busy periods, Bill managed to earn $28,000 gross income the previous year. His approach sheds light on unconventional strategies adopted by some Uber drivers to optimize their earnings and navigate the challenges of the gig economy. Read the rest of the article here: