This is what Uber drivers really make in different cities

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Being an Uber driver can either make you rich or barely get you to the end of the month depending on where you live.

Reports and rumors claim that drivers could make anything from up to $90,000 per year or $30 per hour to much, much less, there has been much speculation around what the job really pays.

With reports and rumors claiming that drivers could make anything from up to $90,000 per year or $30 per hour to barely significant rates, there has been much speculation around what the job really pays.

SherpaShare, a platform that helps drivers keep track of their earnings just released very detailed data on how much they make in the top cities across the United States.

Here is a gallery with the top 15 cities showing you the average earnings that a driver gets at every trip:

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How much Uber drivers make in different cities
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This is what Uber drivers really make in different cities

1) New York City: $29.34 per ride

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2) Pittsburgh: $14.84 per ride

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3) San Francisco: $14.65 per ride

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4) Phoenix: $14.36 per ride

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5) Miami: $14.38 per ride

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6) Salt Lake City: $13.86 per ride

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7) Austin: $13.67 per ride

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8) Seattle: $13.17 per ride

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9) Cleveland: $13.02 per ride

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10) Atlanta: $12.93 per ride

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11) Boston: $12.80 per ride

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12) San Diego: $12.60 per ride

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13) Baltimore: $12.21 per ride

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14) Washington: $12.17 per ride

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15) Denver: $11.70 per ride

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According to the SherpaShare report, New York City seems to be the most profitable city with a margin that is more than double the one of any other city.



What about you? Have you ever used Uber in your city?



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