If you've ever aspired to pursue a career that could even remotely be described as "artistic," then you know what it means to be desperate for cash. Traditionally, that's led actors, writers, and performers from the big cities of the world to pursue food service as a means of funding their passion while they wait for their big breaks. These days, with all the debate over tipping and menu prices, it would seem that there's a new easy-to-pick-up job that's got its fair share of appeal for artists: driving.
Uber is one of those companies that everyone loves -- and at the same time, everyone loves to hate. The past few weeks, the company has been embroiled in a media frenzy, after Emil Michael, an Uber executive, made personal threats to a well-respected female tech journalist. After, Uber announced that Michael would not be fired.