Some delivery workers have no choice but to bring their kids along during the pandemic

Vincent, a school bus driver, started working for the on-demand food delivery company this fall to supplement her income. She used to make ends meet by picking up shifts driving students on school sports trips, but those opportunities evaporated with the pandemic. A big reason she turned to DoorDash is the ability to bring her son (and sometimes her 14-year-old daughter) on deliveries if need be. The job also doesn’t require her to stick to a strict schedule. “If he doesn’t want to go, I’m not going to force him. I’m going to stay home,” she said.

To ease her

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