TVDE transport arrived in Portugal years ago with the arrival of Uber to the country. Since then, employment in the sector has grown by 51% with more than seven thousand jobs, according to data from the INE years.
Between 2013 and 2019, companies in the sector grew by 71% in volume, the number of deals increased by 84% compared to the period before the tax revenue from Uber’s entry into Portugal rose by 43%. To date, 39 thousand TVDE drivers have been registered.
The document entitled “Uber and the community in Portugal: The technology of the DE community” reveals a service flexibility of TV job opportunities that meets the needs and needs of employees active on the community platform also in Portugal, with 68% of these indicating the possibility of choosing where and when you work, as well as the applications that best meet your needs, are what you value most about TVDE.
This flexibility is important in dealing with seasonal fluctuations in tourism. In 2019, Portugal received Uber users from 81 countries. The metropolitan region of Lisbon and Porto, metropolitan region of Lisbon and Porto, and the region of Braga, region of the districts of Coimbra and Braga, promoted of high relevance during the season demand 72%, namely for that demand, in response to the increase in the Algarve region.
“Uber’s journey started eight years ago in Portugal. Since then, we have continued to work daily to ensure constant innovation and investment in the country. We will remain focused on ensuring the best mobility options for users as well as economic and flexible opportunities for our delivery partners who choose Uber every day.