I've been seeing the "lowest unemployment rate since 1969" blurb thrown around a lot this week. It got me to thinking (brace yourself or keep scrolling)...
When Uber's IPO launched earlier this year, their filing to the SEC stated:
"There were 3.9 million Drivers on our platform for the quarter ended December 31, 2018."
The most recent US figure I could find was 750,000 in 2017 so we're certainly much higher than that now, certainly over a million.