U.S.-based drivers can sign up through the driver app to deliver food for Uber Eats or transport...

U.S.-based drivers can sign up through the driver app to deliver food for Uber Eats or transport and deliver cargo for Uber Freight.

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In order to help drivers who are struggling to make a living as the world shuts down due to COVID-19, Uber has set up Work Hub to help them find other jobs on the company's platform.

According to The Next Web, U.S.-based drivers can sign up through the driver app to deliver food for Uber Eats or transport and deliver cargo for Uber Freight. Other opportunities in food service and warehouse logistics are available. Additionally, drivers in Dallas, Miami, and Chicago can search for customer service jobs.

Uber has also formed partnerships with Dominos, Shipt, and CareGuide to provide drivers jobs.

Wile Uber's Work Hub is only available in the U.S., the ride-hailing company is working in other countries to form partnerships for its drivers.

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