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While Uber is still predominantly white and Asian, the company has made notable headway in the representation of black and Latinx people among its employees.
Goals - Uber - Years - Percentage - Women
As for those goals, Uber says that in the next three years, it aims to increase the percentage of women at levels L5 and higher (i.e. manager and above) to 35%, and increase the percentage of underrepresented employees at levels L4 and higher to 14%.
With Waze, you can find out the amount you’ll need to pay — sourced from its community of user-drivers, rather than direct from the official toll road operators.
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