As a taxi driver you'll be driving people around town. Whether you're self-employed or working for a firm, the amount you're paid will depend very much on how many fares you take, so you'll have to be prepared to work long hours to get more fares and more work. Most cabbies own their own car, so you should expect to have to spend some time on maintenance, for which reason some knowledge of mechanics might be helpful.
Being a taxi driver often requires working long and unusual hours. The advantage of the job is that you get a certain amount of flexibility over exactly which hours you work. It's all about striking a balance: There might be more customers during the day, but there's less competition at night. The best paid cab drivers know their area of operations well and take advantage of everything from sporting events to the weather to know when and where to find customers.
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