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  • Uber extends a lifeline to deaf drivers
  • Uber extends a lifeline to deaf drivers
    Asim Bhawwani (2011) ©
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Uber extends a lifeline to deaf drivers

Eight million people in the US are deaf, but around 70% are either unemployed or underemployed. Since partnering with the ‘Communication Service for the Deaf’, Uber is taking a proactive step towards the inclusion of this group, making trips easier for deaf drivers and passengers alike.

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