Carla Burton wakes up every weekday at 4 a.m. to drive Lyft and Uber.
Then, after she drives for about an hour and a half in the early hours, she heads back home to get her daughter ready for school.
At 7 a.m., Burton starts her “real job” as an administrative assistant at Star Spencer High School in Oklahoma City.
When her workday ends in the afternoon, she picks up her daughter from school. Then she hits the road again, sometimes driving as late as midnight.
“I have to be out here doing this,” she said.