The Atlantic has a piece by Michael Graff, who writes about how he worked as a pizza delivery driver a quarter-century ago while in college, and how that experience seems to compare with that of current DoorDash and Uber Eats drivers.
"Today, drivers deliver not just pizza but basically anything you want. Such is the nature of technology: When one flower dies, a thousand rise in its place. Yet although delivery in the era of apps may have become more efficient, it’s also more fraught, more exploitative, and in some ways, just worse. I’ll miss the pizza delivery driver—and so will you."
And he explains why here.