Hi everyone, I am writing a white paper about Uber drivers' expected (marketed by Uber) income vs. real income. And I am trying to gather information with real numbers (hourly, weekly etc) for Uber drivers earnings in different cities. I found official pay estimates from Uber here: https://www.uber.com/info/how-much-do-drivers-with-uber-make/ There you can find that: " Drivers in San Francisco are making $732/week in net earnings* Drivers in Los Angeles are making $616/week in net earnings* Drivers in Chicago are making $648/week in net earnings* Drivers in Boston are making $732/week in net earnings* According to a national study, drivers on the Uber platform averaged more than $19 an hour in earnings across our top 20 markets. In New York City, that average is over $30 an hour in earnings. " And that is being "80% of our partners drive fewer than 35 hours a week across 20 of our largest markets, and more than half only drive between one and 15 hours each week. " I am trying to find if those are realistic and down-to-earth numbers or are only one of those marketing tricks by Uber? Any experience and feedback from Uber new and seasoned drivers would be greatly appreciated.