Uber boasts that it awarded $40,000 to any driver who made 40,000 trips. Almost no one would have made the cut.
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Uber, which is going public today, pledged to pay a $40,000 "driver appreciation reward" to drivers who completed 40,000 trips before April 7. 

Almost none will have received that amount.

The average Uber driver would need more than 25 years to hit 40,000 trips.

Almost 70% of Uber drivers aren't active after six months, according to one study.

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