It was the start of an unprecedented year for Uber in Seattle, as the company lost jobs in every region except for one, and the company’s workforce dropped to its lowest level in more than five years.
On Tuesday, the Seattle Times published an article outlining the dramatic changes in the Seattle Uber workforce since the beginning of 2017.
The company has been hit by two major downturns:The first, in January 2018, saw the company lose more than 4,500 jobs, as it cut 1,300 drivers.
The second was in February, when Uber lost more than 6,400 jobs, and a massive layoffs program shut down a key location in Seattle.
A year later, the company has lost over 1,500 drivers and laid off nearly 5,000 more employees.
The Seattle Times points out that in the two years that followed, the number of drivers was down to 2,700.
It is also notable that since February, the city of Seattle’s economy has recovered only slightly, with a 2.7% unemployment rate, and employment in the city has risen by nearly half a million jobs.
The Seattle Times’ report points out the city’s economic growth has been “driven by a surge in Uber drivers who are being employed in the middle of the night.”
This has led to a loss of hundreds of thousands of dollars in wages, and it has led the company to cut back on hiring, which has led its workers to be laid off.
The numbers from the Times article are startling.
The paper reported that Seattle lost more jobs than any other US metro area, and that nearly 8,000 jobs were lost to Uber in the first three months of 2018.
Uber has lost nearly 4,400 drivers, a loss that equates to about $1.6 billion in lost wages.
It is a significant loss, and is only one reason why Seattle’s unemployment rate is the highest in the US, with nearly 7% of its workforce unemployed.
In 2017, Uber said it would lay off over 6,000 drivers in an effort to bring its workforce back to the level of 2015.
But that has not happened.
Instead, it has cut drivers’ hours and laid them off entirely.
The city has been cutting jobs, but not at the same rate as Uber.
In December, the mayor said the city would cut nearly 8% of the workforce over the next year.
In February, Mayor Ed Murray announced that Seattle would layoff a quarter of its employees.
According to the Times, the layoffs have resulted in an estimated $6.5 million in lost jobs and a loss in the local economy of nearly $1 billion.
The loss of drivers and the loss of jobs is the biggest factor in the loss in Seattle’s labor force since December.
The report says that, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the decline in employment since December has been larger than the decline of the labor force overall.
According the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, the overall unemployment rate has been hovering around 5% for several years now.
The Post-Insider reported that the national unemployment rate fell to 5.4% in November.
However, the loss is not only on Uber drivers.
According to the Post-Incom, the driverless car industry is booming, and has been making a major comeback since its late 2016 collapse.
The company has said that the growth in driverless cars is the result of a combination of technologies and automation, and more drivers are joining the fleet.
The Post-INcom also said that more drivers will join the fleet in 2021 than in 2016.
The new hires, however, are not as plentiful as Uber had hoped.
The city reported that it had 8,400 driverless vehicles on its streets, and 5,500 on the road, while Uber has reported that its fleet is only around 6,500.
The newspaper notes that the workforce for Uber is a mix of those who have worked for the company in the past and those who are newly hired and have yet to have a job offer.
The job loss has had ripple effects in other industries.
According the Seattle Business Journal, Uber drivers have been cutting corners and leaving the company for UberX, which offers cheaper rates.
In November, a driver at a Starbucks in Seattle was caught on video threatening to quit Uber if he didn’t get paid more than $2 per hour.
In response to the loss, Uber announced a series of initiatives to address the workforce crisis.
Uber is launching a new “driver engagement program” that will help drivers find work and give them the tools they need to be successful.
And in the future, Uber is expected to offer a new driver-sharing service called Uber Flex, which will give drivers more flexible schedules, better insurance and more benefits.
The Times reported that Uber also has been launching a program called UberCare, which gives Uber employees the option to pay for health care or other benefits.Uber is