by Chris Durst 04/19/2016
People need and want all kinds of things that they may not be able (or inclined) to go out and pick up for themselves. Give them a hand by giving their “stuff” a lift from here to there!
Delivery apps and websites are popping up everywhere, and every time someone clicks “deliver,” a driver (or biker) goes into action — picking up the items and delivering it to the customer FAST!
Following, is a list of ten companies that post job listings for people to deliver food, alcohol, groceries and much more. If you are courteous, quick, and available, apply today with the services in your area!
In their words: “Alfred is the smart way to take care of errands without doing them yourself. Your carefully vetted Alfred visits weekly and learns to anticipate what you need before you ask.”
Hiring in: New York, NY; Brooklyn, NY; Boston, MA; San Francisco, CA; Los Angeles, CA
More: Make up to $25/hour; Alfred services include: Home cleaning, grocery shopping, dry cleaning, home organization, convenience store runs, and other special requests
In their words: “At Favor, we deliver anything our customers need. Tacos from food trailers, groceries from Whole Foods, office supplies from Office Max. You name it.”
Hiring in: Arizona (Scottsdale, Tempe), Denver, Atlanta, Chicago, Charlotte, Philadelphia, Nashville, Boston, Miami, Texas (Arlington, Austin, College Station, Dallas, Fort Worth, Frisco, Houston, McKinney, Plano, San Antonio, San Marcos)
Earn an average of $15 an hour with flexible hours.
- You are not a delivery driver, but rather a personal assistant. Being outgoing, friendly and a strong communicator is a top priority.
- You receive 100% of your tips. You are guaranteed to make at least $9 per hour, although most runners make between $10 to $20 per hour.
- Part Time & Full Time Openings
- Our Runner team is growing very fast and we have a lot of openings to fill. At Favor, we work around your schedule and you can even make cash by referring your friends to be runners.
- At this time, you must have an iPhone or Android. You should own a car, bike, scooter or motorcycle and have a clean record. You must be 18 years or older to apply.
In their words: “Shop, check-out, deliver or do it all – there’s a role for you on our team”
Hiring in: Many cities across the US
More: Hiring In-Store Shopper – Part Time Employee, Cashier – Part Time Employee, Delivery Driver – Independent Contractor, Full Service Shopper – Independent Contractor
In their words: “Caviar is a service that provides delivery from local restaurants to homes and offices. Founded in 2012, Caviar has helped thousands of people earn income as Couriers.”
Hiring in: Metropolitan areas across the US
- Earn up to $25/hour during weekdays and weekends
- Anyone with a vehicle (car, truck, bike, scooter, or motorcycle) and a customer-service mentality is eligible.
- Couriers are compensated for each delivery with a task-based fee. Money is deposited into your bank account each week.
- Caviar is expanding into new markets very rapidly.
In their words: “DoorDash allows every small business to deliver. We offer a delightful convenience to families and individuals who want delicious food delivered to their door, and we help restaurants grow by bringing them more customers.”
Hiring in: Various cities across the US and Canada
- Our job is to delight customers
- Being very familiar with your iPhone or Android is key to this job
- DoorDashers make up to $25/hour
- This is an independent contractor position – choose when you want to work!
In their words: “Do you love food? Think technology is the bee’s knees? Have the uncanny range to make kids laugh and grandmas smile? Then you may be just who we’re looking for!”
Hiring in: Dozens of cities across the US
- You can earn up to $20/hour and set your own hours
- Paid once a week via direct deposit (for work from the prior week)
- Keep 100% of your tips
In their words: “A Postmate is like a friend who can stop by a restaurant or store and pick up anything you need.”
Hiring in: Many cities across the US
- Earn up to $25+/hour on your own schedule
- You must be over 18; own a bike, car, truck, scooter or motorcycle; have a valid driver’s license; and have an upbeat and positive attitude
- Postmates receive the majority of the delivery fee, plus 100% of the tip. What does that really mean? Postmates make up to $25/hr. Earnings are deposited weekly.
In their words: “Your favorite beer, wine, spirits delivered in under an hour.”
Hiring in: Los Angeles, CA; San Francisco, CA; San Diego, CA; Chicago, IL
- Turn your car, bike or motorcycle into income. Saucey makes it easy for you to make money off of your mode of transportation.
- With Saucey you can pick the shift blocks that you want. Set your own schedule and live life on your own terms.
- When you drive for Saucey you are assigned to work a specific zone or neighborhood.
In their words: “If you’ve got a vehicle, a smart phone, and a friendly, professional work ethic – we’ve got an opportunity for you.”
Hiring in: US
- As an independent contractor partnering with Deliv, you always have ultimate control over your schedule.
- Pick up. Drop off. Earn. No commercial license required.
- What will you be delivering? Items from malls and retailers including, but not limited to, clothing, flowers and gift baskets including alcohol (ID check of customer required when delivering alcohol).
- Paid weekly
In their words: “Eaze is revolutionizing marijuana delivery. Eaze technology matches drivers with medical cannabis patients who request a delivery through the Eaze platform.”
Hiring in: California
- Make at least $16/hour.
- Depending on your location you can make up to $30/hour.
- Drive when you want
- Work for yourself, on your own time. You have the option to choose which shifts you’d like to work.
- The Eaze community is full of awesome, friendly and passionate people: Patients, Ambassadors and Drivers alike
There you have it – ten new ways to get paid for driving your car that don’t involve transporting people!
Stay tuned to Rat Race Rebellion for more unique money-making opportunities.