Ridesharing gigs offer economic relief to some Maryland baby boomers

Like many people his age, Ruben Tisdale isn’t ready to quit working. Six days a week, the 65-year-old Baltimore city resident drives for Lyft, raking in around $800 weekly. He sometimes drives as far as York, Pennsylvania, or Hagerstown to supplement his income. For Tisdale, a retired city employee, living off his pension and Social Security alone ...

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