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Uber Overview

Industry

Internet Software & Services

Organization Type

Private

Employees

1,000 - 10,000

Headquarters

San Francisco, CA

Website

www.uber.com

Website

www.uber.com



Founded in

2009

Revenue

> $1B

Key People

William Gurley (Director),
Ryan Graves (Executive Officer, Director),
Gautam Gupta (Executive Officer),
David Drummond (Director),
Jeffrey Holden (Executive Officer),
Garrett Camp (Director),
Emil Michael (Executive Officer),
Travis Kalanick (Executive Officer, Director),
Thuan Pham (Executive Officer),
David Plouffe (Executive Officer),
David Bonderman (Director)

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About Uber

Uber Technologies, Inc. provides e-commerce services for car hire. The company's application allows users to request a car for hire from any mobile device. Uber is active in more than 600 cities around the world. Besides helping users get from point A to point B, Uber is also contributing to self-driving technology and urban air transport. Uber was founded in 2009 and is based in San Francisco, CA.

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Uber Technologies, Inc. provides e-commerce services for car hire. The company's application allows users to request a car for hire from any mobile device. Uber is active in more than 600 cities around the world. Besides helping users get from point A to point B, Uber is also contributing to self-driving technology and urban air transport. Uber was founded in 2009 and is based in San Francisco, CA.

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What Is

Uber's Mission Statement

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Uber's mission is to bring transportation — for everyone, everywhere.

What Uber's Employees Say

Uber provides great working conditions, health, dental, vision, life insurances, great staff and management, flexible working hours, paid holidays, employee trainings, maternity and paternity leave, and other perks.

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What is it like to work at Uber

4.0

October 15, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Working with the people within the company makes me want to be a better employee... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Limitations of what the company can do... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Work-Life balance.. Show More

5.0

August 23, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Always a time to work.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

No benefits.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Listening to music.. Show More

4.0

May 5, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

You can be your own boss... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

It gets to be very repetitive and monotonous after a while... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Choosing your own hours... Show More

4.0

March 31, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

The benefits and hours is what made me stay for the amount of years that I have been with them.. Show More

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The amount of stress that my title required and the type of interactions.. Show More

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Mental and health care.. Show More

5.0

July 20, 2018 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

They offer plenty of chances to make money. THere are no bosses and it is convenient... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Not enough money. You have to work a lot to earn and there is wear and tear on the car... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Work when you want and not have a boss. Very flexible... Show More

What's UberEats like? I don't really like the idea of driving drunks around, but going and picking up food seems like it would be OK.

Basically its just like regular Uber, but instead of people u have food (or Walmart) in your car. You do have to go in the restaurant (unless its McDonalds) to pick up the food. Which can be a pain sometimes. Its also a pain sometimes trying to find an apartment or going upstairs. Not as much of a pain as picking up drunk fools though, plus sometimes you get free food if the customer doesnt show up.
May 9, 2018 on Reddit

Does it pay well? How much per drive? Average tip?

Average tip is around $5. My Average Uber eats delivery is about $4-8 depending on the distance and average regular Uber is about $10ish It doesnt pay well but it doesnt bad either, if everyone tips. Youll have days where you barely break even and youll have days where you make $100+ easy. It all kind of balances out in the end and its slightly above minimum wage on the whole.

Has a customer ever become a hook up or even a friend later on?

Never! There was one girl I had a nice conversation with and we exchanged social media stuff but nothing ever came of it. I think my gaydar wasnt working right that day. I'm really shy generally so when I drive I basically just have a podcast on or my music and keep to myself. Unless ofc theyre a producer or something and then I'll try and network a little but that probably gets old to them.
March 12, 2016 on Reddit

Im looking to drive for uber as an interim job and i have a few questions I have a fairly nice car with the loan in my name, but the registration and insurance in my fiancees name for money reasons. I have full insurance though on my truck. Can i still drive? Do you need special insurance to drive for uber? Is there someone i can talk to over tje phone who can answer if you cannot? Thank you

They don't require you to own the car, just have "legal right to use" it. You could use your car, your fiancee's, parent's, friend's, whoever's. You just have to have a valid license, be 21+ and the car has to be appropriately registered and insured (in anyone's name) Good luck getting on the phone with anyone from uber. You're usually luckily if you get anything but a form-letter response to an email.
February 14, 2016 on Reddit

Have you ever had a customer "proposition" you?

Only serious one was a gay guy (I'm straight)
February 14, 2016 on Reddit

I'm pretty sure you know the entire incident Uber vs Taxi. How do you feel about it? My dad is a Taxi driver in SF and I have friends that drive for Uber so I know both sides. One of the number one concern that Taxi and Uber drivers can both agree on is that there's too many drivers on the road because Uber doesn't limit them because there's no regulation, resulting in less business since demand is always roughly the same but the number of drivers increase everyday. Taxi on the other hand are regulated and are limited by the city law of how many drivers can be on the road. It also doesn't help that it clogs up streets in busy cities like SF and NYC. What about the fare cost? I know that Uber's fare also doesn't get regulated and can always provide discounts. Taxi on the other hand cannot because they are regulated by the city and are counted by public transportation to never increase fare or decrease fare without approval. My father was making $200-300/night until Uber business started. Now he's making less than $80/day including tips after gas, taxi rental, tax, etc.

I work in an area where there's more than enough demand to go around, so I've never really personally experienced any conflict with taxis. From what I hear from a lot of pax though, if there were more ubers in my area, the cabs would really start to hurt- we are much preferred to the taxis

Would you recommend this line of work for a small female? It seems like relatively easy money, but I'm 5'2 and most people don't find me intimidating in the slightest.

I wouldn't really say yes or no. I can almost guarantee you will be hit on constantly. If you drive nights, there might be some unwanted touching. I would 100% recommend a dash cam and maybe some mace. If you are interested, PM me. I'd be happy to answer any more specific questions you have, and can also provide you a sign up link that, depending on location, could give you a good sign up bonus
February 14, 2016 on Reddit

What do you do for self defense since you people can't carry guns or weapons?

So at different times Uber has made different statements on this issue. At one point, they wouldn't really say definitively either way, presumably because they didn't want to risk any sort of liability (in a court of law or the court of public opinion) if they told drivers no CCW and then some driver got shot. Laws vary by state, but in many, companies have the legal rights to prohibit their employees from carrying weapons at work. Uber drivers are not employees. Technically we are the owners of private businesses which do contract work for uber. So I am both boss and employee. Therefore Me (the boss) could prohibit my "employee" from carrying a weapon at work, or I could require my "employee" to carry. But either way- its is my company, its my call. Uber of course has the right to choose not to do business with contractors who require their "employee" to carry a weapon, but uber has no legal basis for prohibiting it. They may choose to end their contract with that company, but as long as the weapon was carried in accordance with local laws, the "employee" will not face any legal consequences. Also, can anyone please cite me a source on where uber says no guns for drivers? I've heard it plenty, but never actually seen an official source. I can say it is not in the service agreement, which is the only contract I've ever signed with them

Somethings not right with the pay stub you have shown a picture of and you saying you make around $300 in 30-40 hours. Your average ride is $4.52 and your average ride looks to be around 6 min give or take. Those 50 rides averaging 6 minutes would put you at 5 hours of drive time for $220. Are you telling me there are roughly 25 hours of down time while you are ubering?

First, that's not a pay stub- it's basically a summary of recent trips, still subject to adjustment until end of the pay period. Second, you're absolutely right. If I calculated my earnings based only on my actual fares, it would be closer to $200 a week. But during certain times, I have guaranteed earnings. That's why i only work the specific hours I work. And I don't mean "demand is high, so I'm guaranteed to make $X" I mean that (as long as I meet some basic requirements) at the right time, I'm guaranteed $16/hr net. If I don't make that much from fares, uber will pay me the difference.
February 14, 2016 on Reddit

When will you form a union with your fellow uber drivers?

If a union happens before I get out, I'd join
February 14, 2016 on Reddit

How do the drivers get a fee off of all of those Free Uber trip coupons, codes etc?

Like a referral fee? Each driver has a unique referral code. To the pax its a coupon code, they enter it, get whatever discount and Uber compensates the driver who's code was used for referring a new customer

Hello, part time Uber-driver here! -When you started, did you intend to be full-time or part-time? -Why do you say "pax" and when/where did you pick that up? Had to do a little digging before I realized you mean "passenger" -How is your car insurance situation? Once I started driving for Uber, my current car insurance has been getting their panties in a bunch and I need to work something out or find a new provider who isn't whiny about Uber -Do you ask for the rider's name (to verify) before letting them in your vehicle? I can't tell you how many times people try to get in my car without identifying themselves, and I always somehow feel weird asking for their name first, as if I'm the only person that actually does it haha. To be fair I have seen people get in the wrong Uber before...

- Started as a side gig. Currently full time (ish- so that some folks don't get all whiny), because I had to leave my other job. Will be gone or minimal time once I'm back working in my own field - pax is just an abbreviation a lot of us use. Spend so

What do the uber drivers do about driving underage drunk people? Do you guys just provide the ride anyway?

I can really only speak for myself. I was 18 once. I drive in a college town, so I see it all the time. Its not my job to card people. No one is allowed in the car with open containers, regardless of age. Ultimately, I'd rather someone get home safe (and potentially not drive) than have to worry about underage. If they obviously need medical attention (I'm a trained first responder, but there's only so much I can do) I'll take them to the hostpital or call it in, regardless of age.
February 14, 2016 on Reddit

Do you get a 1099 or a W2? I know someone that is bad with money who quit their job to drive for Uber. I can't imagine them saving %30 of their income for the taxman. If it is 1099, does Uber help you plan for tax time and write off expenses?

1099. When they send your 1099, they also give you break down of gross fares, net paid to you and miles driven. the miles number is only when actually on a trip though, you can deduct a lot more (driving to pick up, returning a wait spot after a trip) so you need to track your own miles. Basically any mile driven while online in the app is deductible. You can also deduct incidental expenses- stop for food or coffee while working, keep track of that stuff.
February 14, 2016 on Reddit

If someone uses a promo code for a free ride, do you not get paid?

No, that comes out of uber's pocket. In fact, one really awesome thing you can do for a driver, is if you use of those and are going a shorter distance, ask them to leave it running a while after they drop you off. The most common promo is the free first ride, up to $20. If you use it for a $5 ride, its done, but the driver only gets paid $5, less commission. If you wanted to be awesome, you could take your $5 ride, tell the driver you're using the promo and have him keep the meter running for a little while. He'll get some extra pay for doing nothing (he could even leave it running and take a decent size break, the per minute rate is nothing).
February 14, 2016 on Reddit

Can you talk about Uber fees etc? Are there other charges, fees? 20% seems a bit much, then they cut rates.

Drivers keep 80% of the gross fare. On top of that, a "Safe ride fee" of between $1-2 depending on location is charged to the pax for each ride. This goes 100% to uber. Other fees which may apply are split fare fee, airport fees (only applies to pick up from airport) and tolls. split, airport and such go to uber. Tolls go 100% to driver.

Here's a few questions I always ask my Uber Drivers How long have you been driving for Uber? What did you do before becoming an Uber Driver? How long did it take your application to be accepted? Do you purposely drive to 'surge' area's to get more money, or do you go with the flow?

I started August '15 Previously I was working as a rock climbing instructor. I started uber as a side thing, just some extra cash. I didn't plan to switch- I had to leave the other job and for now uber is just to keep money in the bank. I fully plan on leaving (or at least cutting back to the original plan of extra cash) as soon as I can find a new job in my chosen field. Maybe a week, don't really remember. Not too long at all, once I had all necessary documents submitted. I don't follow surge (haven't even seen one in quite a while), but I only work high demand times when I'm guaranteed at least $12/hr net

What were you doing before Uber and what made you switch? Ever thought of leaving it and doing something else? If yes, what?

Previously I was working as a rock climbing instructor. I started uber as a side thing, just some extra cash. I didn't plan to switch- I had to leave the other job and for now uber is just to keep money in the bank. I fully plan on leaving (or at least cutting back to the original plan of extra cash) as soon as I can find a new job in my chosen field.

I have also just become a full time driver. Just wondering, do you think it's best to drive during surge/prime times or just to make it like it's a full time job? *Edit-spelling

Does your market currently have guarantees? Surge is pretty random- you can't really plan your shifts based on it. Several markets currently have guarantee periods though. For example, for my area, During rush hour (M-F 6-9am and 4-7pm) I'm guaranteed $15/hr gross fares and weekend nights (F,Sa 9pm-3am) $20/hr gross. All other times are $10/hr gross. There are requirements like minimum average trips/hr to qualify for the bonus, but for my area they're easy to meet. During those good bonus times, I'm guaranteed $12/hr and $16/hr net respectively, so I drive all those times. Other times, with only an $8/hr net guarantee (and harder to meet the requirements to even get that guarantee), its just not worth it. Driving those other times may add $50-100 to my weekly pay, but will also result in a lot more mileage, fuel cost and downtime.
February 14, 2016 on Reddit

What's the furthest distance you've driven a client?

50 miles. Gross fare was about $75 (this was back before the recent rate cut)

Thanks for doing this AMA I have a few questions What do you drive? How did you get started with uber? And why What's been your longest fare? Did you find something for the return trip? Ever get frustrated at the job? Ever driven a mate?

I drive an '11 Kia Soul. I started because I got a new car that met their requirements and based on the demographics and demand of my area, figured I could relatively easily add a couple hundred dollars to my monthly income. My longest fare was an airport run, 50 miles, $75 gross fare (which the pax would later try to scam her way out of, but that's another story). With where I was coming from, it was almost zero odds I get a trip back to the area of origin. But that was okay, because this trip meant I got paid to drive to a busier location, so I stayed around for a few hours and made enough to make the solo return trip negligible. There are certainly times of frustration. My biggest is people who don't know where they're going (not like when people ask what's a good [bar, club, etc], but when they're so drunk they don't know where they live, or out of town folks don't know if they're staying at the Marriot on W 4th street or E 8th) and people who don't even speak enough english to tell me where they're going (nothing at all against foreigners, just that in order to use a service that completely depends on your ability to communicate with the provider of that service, I feel you should be able to at least do that). I've never picked up anyone I would really consider a friend, but have certainly driven people I've known (more as acquaintances). I also do see a lot of frequent fliers and have become friendly with some.
February 13, 2016 on Reddit

Are you in favour of Uber becoming a real formal and legal employer for chauffeurs?

It has its pros and cons. Pros- W2, no self-employment tax, reimbursement for vehicle expenses Cons- reclassification potentially means giving up the benefits of making your own hours, loss of commission based pay (that could be a pro for some- drivers keep 80% of gross fares. For some that could mean making less than minimum wage. As employees we'd be guaranteed minimum, but that could also mean uber eliminating commission and just paying minimum). I know that doesn't really answer what is basically a yes or no question, but really the best answer I can give is that I'm not entirely sure

You sort of answered this but, how much do you bring home on an average weekly basis? Of that amount, how much is put into the car for stuff like maintenance and gas?

On average, I make about $300/week. I'll usually use about $20 worth of gas (on top of an efficient vehicle, I'm loving the low prices lately) and maintenance I mostly do myself so I pay relatively little a few times a year.
February 13, 2016 on Reddit

How many hours did you spend to make $300 less taxes, car depreciation and gas. Why are you doing this to yourself?

As explained in the original post, this was never supposed to be a full time thing. I got into it because there is very high demand and very limited supply where I live. When I started, I was working another real job, but figured I could work one or two weekends a month and add a couple hundred dollars to my income. Unfortunately I had to leave that job, but while I find a new one, I have to pay the bills somehow. I don't consider this a sustainable long term income source, but it's keeping money in the bank for now. I'm in a good situation as far as those expenses at least. I use about $20 worth of gas a week (an efficient vehicle and the new low prices are awesome). Taxes aren't as bad as one would think. Again, when I started (August '15) I was working another job (with a W2). Even after 5 months of self-employment tax, I'm still getting a refund due to over-withholding at other job. I certainly plan on finding another job before May, so 2016 taxes won't be a big deal either. As far as depreciation, I don't consider it at all. I'm on my lifetime's 3rd car and I've never sold one. I do almost all auto maintenance myself (at pretty good savings) and just keep cars going until there is nothing left in them. By that time I've typically had enough savings to buy a "new-to-me" car for cash. I look at cars as a consumable product rather than an investment that is guaranteed to have a negative return. Depreciation only matters if you ever intend to sell the car
February 13, 2016 on Reddit

What's the craziest thing that a client has done in your car?

Depends on how you define crazy. If you mean funny crazy, that would be the very drunk gay guy who hit on me constantly for a 20 minute ride (I'm straight). The whole time he was also showing me a picture on his phone of his "boyfriend". I wasn't really looking because driving, but I realized later that it was actually an NFL quarterback. If you mean WTF crazy, I had a guy one time who was dead silent for about 10 minutes. Then all of a sudden "this must be scary for you guys" and he went on until his house to talk about how easy it would be for a pax to rob their driver (while also assuring "but I'm not gonna rob you bro")

Uber Employees

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Gender

Male

65.8%

Female

31.9%

Unknown

2.3%
Ethnicity

White

55.0%

Hispanic or Latino

20.9%

Black or African American

10.7%

Asian

8.4%

Unknown

5.0%
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Foreign Languages Spoken

Spanish

58.4%

French

10.2%

Arabic

8.6%

Russian

3.1%

German

2.4%

Italian

2.0%

Portuguese

2.0%

Mandarin

1.6%

Japanese

1.6%

Polish

1.6%

Kurdish

1.2%

Chinese

1.2%

Swedish

0.8%

Cantonese

0.8%

Hmong

0.8%

Turkish

0.8%

Armenian

0.8%

Filipino

0.8%

Carrier

0.8%

Tagalog

0.8%
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Uber Careers

Average Length of Employment
Apple 2.0 years
Square 1.9 years
LinkedIn 1.7 years
Stripe 1.6 years
SMS Assist 1.5 years
Thumbtack 1.5 years
Google 1.5 years
Facebook 1.3 years
Interactions 1.3 years
Airbnb 1.1 years
Bellhops 1.0 years
EatStreet 0.9 years
Lyft 0.9 years

Uber

0.9 years
Wonolo 0.8 years
Zirtual 0.7 years
Postmates 0.6 years
Top Employers Before Uber
Walmart 13.0%
Lyft 9.2%
McDonald's 7.6%
UPS 6.2%
US Army 6.2%
Amazon 5.5%
Pizza Hut 5.1%
Target 4.5%
FedEx 3.9%
Best Buy 3.5%
Comcast 3.3%
Starbucks 3.1%
Macy's 3.1%
Verizon 3.0%
AT&T 2.7%
Top Employers After Uber
Lyft 30.0%
Amazon 20.9%
Postmates 5.3%
Walmart 4.7%
UPS 3.6%
FedEx 3.1%
Pizza Hut 2.4%
Target 2.2%
AT&T 1.8%
Macy's 1.6%
T-Mobile 1.6%
Comcast 1.3%

Uber Employees Education

Schools

University of Phoenix

14.7%

Arizona State University

7.5%

Georgia State University

6.1%

San Francisco State University

5.8%

Strayer University

5.1%

University of Central Florida

5.1%

Ashford University

4.8%

Southern New Hampshire University

4.4%

Florida State University

4.4%

Liberty University

4.4%

Valencia College

4.1%

City College of San Francisco

4.1%

DePaul University

4.1%

Northern Virginia Community College

4.1%

Houston Community College

3.8%

University of Pittsburgh -

3.8%

Glendale Community College

3.4%

Columbia College Chicago

3.4%

University of California - Los Angeles

3.4%

Pennsylvania State University

3.4%
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Majors

Business

25.2%

Criminal Justice

8.5%

Psychology

6.0%

General Studies

4.7%

Marketing

4.7%

Communication

4.6%

Accounting

4.3%

Computer Science

4.1%

Health Care Administration

4.0%

Management

3.7%

Information Technology

3.5%

Medical Assisting Services

3.4%

Kinesiology

3.1%

Political Science

3.1%

Photography

2.9%

Nursing

2.9%

Finance

2.9%

Graphic Design

2.9%

Liberal Arts

2.8%

Computer Information Systems

2.7%
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Degrees

Other

34.8%

Bachelors

33.9%

Associate

14.4%

Certificate

7.1%

Masters

6.3%

Diploma

2.1%

Doctorate

0.9%

License

0.6%
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Uber Employee Political Affiliation

Democratic Party

87.0%

Republican Party

11.5%

Green Party

1.0%

Libertarian Party

0.5%

Employee Political Donations

Name Job Title Party Donation
Ryan GravesHead Operator $15,000Democratic Party
Ed BakerVice President $6,200Democratic Party
Edward BakerVice President $5,400Democratic Party
Amanda AndersonFederal Policy $5,245Democratic Party
David PlouffeChief Advisor $5,000Democratic Party
Andres BarceloPrivate Contractor $4,800Democratic Party
Alexander KarjekerData Analyst $4,125Democratic Party
Brian McClendonEngineering $3,700Democratic Party
Emil MichaelBusiness Developer $3,200Democratic Party
Peter WoodmanSoftware Engineer $3,000Democratic Party
Nicholas SmythSenior Counselor $2,800Democratic Party
Scott CederbergEngineering Manager $2,700Democratic Party
Matt SweeneyEngineer $2,700Democratic Party
Akram ChaudryDriver $2,700Democratic Party
Chaudry AkramDriver $2,700Democratic Party
Scott MunroProject Manager $2,699Democratic Party
Katherine ParkerBusiness Manager $2,655Democratic Party
Pargat SinghDriver $2,500Democratic Party
Neil SlagleSoftware $2,450Democratic Party
Thuan PhamExecutive $2,375Democratic Party
Josh MohrerExecutive $1,850Democratic Party
Alex WagnerPolicy Advisor $1,755Democratic Party
Sasan BanavaHead of Localization $1,712Democratic Party
Andre BachData Scientist $1,564Democratic Party
Niki ChristoffGovernment Relations $1,500Republican Party
Gregory McCurdyLawyer $1,500Democratic Party
Sarah FennAttorney $1,350Democratic Party
Brad MooreEngineer $1,300Democratic Party
Sunil GargEngineering Manager $1,250Democratic Party
Demoyne CulpepperRegistered Nurse $1,190Democratic Party
Jason RingDesign $1,082Democratic Party
Craig HulseExecutive $1,000Republican Party
Eduardo Gonzalez LoumietPartner $1,000Republican Party
Nicole ChristoffGovernment Relations $1,000Republican Party
Ryan FalorEngineer $1,000Democratic Party
Thomas FallowsExecutive $1,000Democratic Party
Ryan McKillenSoftware Engineer $1,000Democratic Party
John Burk JrDriver $1,000Republican Party
Jill HazelbakerVice President Of Communication $1,000Republican Party
Aaron McLearDirector Of Public Affairs $1,000Republican Party
Allen NarcisseManager $1,000Democratic Party
Nessar AtmarDriver $998Democratic Party
Jonathan HopkinsManager $975Democratic Party
Michael SierchioInformation Security Analyst $975Democratic Party
Lizzy CrazeParalegal $817Democratic Party
Matthew WingCommunications Lead $800Democratic Party
Tuan NguyenDriver $800Republican Party
Ryanne BowyerDriver $800Democratic Party
Michael DorseyPublic Policy Mediator $750Republican Party
Jay FriedeMarketing Manager $750Democratic Party
Kevin NovakData Scientist $750Democratic Party
Salle YOOAttorney $750Democratic Party
Matt GidneyMarketing $700Democratic Party
Molly StevensResearcher $677Democratic Party
Arielle GorenCommunications Manager $677Democratic Party
Mateo SanchezManager $643Democratic Party
Jordan HammondInformation Technology Technician $600Democratic Party
Vicente SilveiraManager $600Democratic Party
Adam GilletteOperations Manager $538Democratic Party
Megan ZobackBusiness Developer $535Democratic Party
Glen CaplanDriver $531Democratic Party
David BarmoreGovernment Relations $511Democratic Party
Paul KIMSoftware Developer $500Democratic Party
Javier JacominoDriver $500Republican Party
Jesse DavidsonSoftware Engineer $500Democratic Party
Jason KIMSenior Data Analyst- $500Democratic Party
Michael CrainExecutive $500Republican Party
Catlin NeillPublic Policy Mediator $500Democratic Party
Stephanie SmithPubic Policy $500Democratic Party
ANN BordetskyBusiness Developer $500Democratic Party
Susan AlbanTechnology $500Democratic Party
Jessica SantilloCommunications $500Democratic Party
Edgar Ruiz CruzDriver $500Democratic Party
Brittany BramellCommunications, Federal Affair $500Republican Party
Peter MoodySoftware Engineer $500Democratic Party
Sabrina RossAttorney $500Democratic Party
Stephanie BrysonPolicy Analyst $500Democratic Party
Sanjeev KumarEngineer $500Democratic Party
Andy SzybalskiDesign Manager $500Democratic Party
Robert PooleySoftware Engineer $500Green Party
YU TsaiSenior Software Engineer $500Democratic Party
NAT GistElectrical Engineer $500Democratic Party
Karim FateemSoftware Engineer $500Democratic Party
Jordan CondoAttorney $500Republican Party
Hilary KarlsSoftware Engineer $415Democratic Party
IAN BriggsTechnology $375Democratic Party
Bhai SesayDrive $360Democratic Party
David KIMMarketing Manager $350Democratic Party
John RobbinsDriver $342Democratic Party
Julia WinklerProduct Manager $340Democratic Party
Grayson KoonceSoftware Engineer $335Democratic Party
KIA HamelIndependent Contractor $335Democratic Party
Vidyamani ParkheSoftware Engineer $325Democratic Party
James BegleyDriver $319Democratic Party
Jamal ALILimousine Driver $313Democratic Party
Sara HellerCommunications Operator $312Democratic Party
Jonathon RiceDriver $310Republican Party
Stephen IppolitoDriver $303Republican Party
Alain RodriguezSoftware Engineer $300Democratic Party
ZOE AbramsEngineer $300Democratic Party
Robert WeinertCab Driver $300Republican Party
Carl MeachamPublic Relations $300Democratic Party
Larry KistlerDriver $287Democratic Party
Heather BaileyOperations $285Democratic Party
Booker BenseComputer Engineer $282Democratic Party
Eric AmeyDriver $276Republican Party
Jeffrey SchwartzOperations Manager $275Democratic Party
Jody PowersDriver $270Republican Party
Muhammad KhanDriver $250Democratic Party
Andrea PimentelManager $250Democratic Party
TAL MoscovitzDriver $250Democratic Party
Michael AmodeoCommunications and Policy $250Democratic Party
Chris SilvaDriver $250Republican Party
Carlo BiedenharnSoftware Engineer $250Democratic Party
Jason PostPublic Policy Mediator $250Democratic Party
Nathan HambleyCommunications Manager $250Democratic Party
Faryl URYPublic Relations $250Democratic Party
Carlos GarayData Scientist $250Democratic Party
Elliot BeltzerOperations Manager $250Democratic Party
Fred WhitehouseDriver $250Democratic Party
LIN HeSoftware Engineer $200Green Party
Laura AllisonChauffeur $178Republican Party
Richard MettsVehicle Operator $165Libertarian Party
Frederick HallDriver $140Republican Party
Frederick Hall JrDriver $110Republican Party
Walter SiglerPartner $100Republican Party
William KincaidDriver $35Republican Party
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Uber Salaries

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We calculated the salary score by comparing the salaries of specific positions within a given company against other similar positions at other similar companies.
Senior Engineering ManagerNew York, NY $225,000
Research ScientistNew York, NY $206,600
Senior Engineering ManagerSan Francisco, CA $206,600
Senior Product ManagerSan Francisco, CA $201,094
Research ScientistSan Francisco, CA $200,000
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $200,000
DirectorSan Francisco, CA $195,208
Director, Network OperationsSan Francisco, CA $193,500
Senior EngineerPittsburgh, PA $190,529
Senior ArchitectSan Francisco, CA $190,000
Senior Software EngineerPalo Alto, CA $190,000
Senior Software EngineerPalo Alto, CA $190,000
Director Of Economic DevelopmentSan Francisco, CA $190,000
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $189,814
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $189,000
Senior Product SpecialistPalo Alto, CA $185,940
Senior Software EngineerPalo Alto, CA $185,940
Senior Software EngineerPalo Alto, CA $185,000
Director Of StrategySan Francisco, CA $184,500
Director Of Service And OperationsBoston, MA $183,000
Director Of Service And OperationsBoston, MA $183,000
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $182,841
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $180,775
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $180,000
Senior Technical Program ManagerPittsburgh, PA $180,000
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $180,000
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $180,000
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $180,000
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $180,000
Senior Database EngineerPalo Alto, CA $180,000
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $180,000
Senior Technical Program ManagerPittsburgh, PA $180,000
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $179,000
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $178,968
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $175,000
Senior Software EngineerPalo Alto, CA $175,000
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $174,117
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $174,117
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $174,117
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $174,117
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $174,117
Senior Staff EngineerSan Francisco, CA $174,117
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $174,117
Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $174,117
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $174,117
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $174,117
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $174,117
ManagerSan Francisco, CA $174,117
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $174,117
Senior Manager Of MarketingSan Francisco, CA $174,000
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $173,286
Senior Software EngineerNew York, NY $172,258
Senior Hardware EngineerPalo Alto, CA $170,872
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $170,000
Senior Software EngineerPalo Alto, CA $170,000
Senior Hardware EngineerPalo Alto, CA $170,000
Operations DirectorNew York, NY $168,896
Senior Product ManagerSan Francisco, CA $168,189
Manager, Systems EngineeringSan Francisco, CA $168,189
ManagerSan Francisco, CA $168,189
Information Technology Project ManagerSan Francisco, CA $168,189
Engineering ManagerSan Francisco, CA $168,189
Senior Technical Product ManagerSan Francisco, CA $168,189
Engineering ManagerSan Francisco, CA $168,189
Engineering ManagerSan Francisco, CA $168,189
ManagerSan Francisco, CA $168,189
Engineering ManagerSan Francisco, CA $168,189
Engineering ManagerSan Francisco, CA $168,189
Engineering ManagerPalo Alto, CA $167,523
Head TrainerSan Francisco, CA $165,901
Research LeaderPittsburgh, PA $165,000
Senior Software EngineerPalo Alto, CA $164,250
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $164,250
Senior Data ScientistSeattle, WA $164,250
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $164,250
Senior Technical Product ManagerSan Francisco, CA $163,191
Research ScientistSan Francisco, CA $163,134
Research ScientistSan Francisco, CA $163,134
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $162,840
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $161,657
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $161,000
Senior ScientistSan Francisco, CA $161,000
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $161,000
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $161,000
Data Product ManagerPalo Alto, CA $160,500
Senior Data ScientistSan Francisco, CA $160,380
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $160,000
Senior Manager, Program ManagementSan Francisco, CA $160,000
Research ScientistSan Francisco, CA $160,000
Senior Product Marketing ManagerNew York, NY $156,832
Software EngineerPalo Alto, CA $155,106
Senior Software EngineerPalo Alto, CA $155,106
Senior Software EngineerPalo Alto, CA $155,106
Senior Software EngineerPalo Alto, CA $155,106
Senior Software EngineerPalo Alto, CA $155,106
Product ManagerSan Francisco, CA $155,000
Product ManagerNew York, NY $155,000
Software EngineerSeattle, WA $154,950
Software EngineerSeattle, WA $154,950
Software EngineerPalo Alto, CA $154,350
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $154,315
Software EngineerSeattle, WA $154,315
Software EngineerSeattle, WA $154,315
Group Product ManagerSan Francisco, CA $153,000
Head Of SalesSan Francisco, CA $153,000
Group Marketing ManagerSan Francisco, CA $153,000
Finance ManagerSan Francisco, CA $152,000
Senior Business Development ManagerSan Francisco, CA $151,715
DirectorSan Francisco, CA $151,715
Senior Systems EngineerPittsburgh, PA $150,000
Senior Network EngineerLouisville, CO $150,000
Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $150,000
Senior Data Analyst-San Francisco, CA $148,500
Data ScientistSan Francisco, CA $148,500
Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $147,719
Research ScientistSan Francisco, CA $147,600
Research ScientistSan Francisco, CA $147,600
Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $147,597
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $147,597
Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $147,597

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Uber Awards

Awards From Zippia
  • Uber Zippia Award
  • Uber Zippia Award
Other Awards
  • Fortune: Largest Private Companies
  • Fortune: Unicorns
  • TechCrunch: Unicorns

Uber Stock Performance

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We calculated the performance score of companies by measuring multiple factors, including revenue, longevity, and stock market performance.

Revenue

> $1B

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Uber Financing Rounds

Date Amount Security Type
May 13, 2015Debt $1,690,512,000
Nov 17, 2014Equity $1,342,632,573
Jul 29, 2014Equity $993,500
Aug 27, 2013Equity $272,790,486
Feb 27, 2012Equity $38,999,991
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