by Chris Durst Nov. 16, 2016
As we’ve mentioned, the “on-demand” economy has spawned all kinds of work from home money-making opportunities for people who love flexibility… and MONEY.
Instacart, for example, lets customers order food online from stores like Whole Foods, Costco, Target and others, for delivery in an hour or two.
Instacart is seeking home-based people for a variety of grocery shopping related roles, including:
Shop for grocery orders in local stores.
Work the cash register to check out orders
Deliver groceries from local stores to customers.
|Driver + Shopper
Shop for groceries and deliver them to customers
Instacart has just restructured their pay model, and that has been getting a lot of attention – both good and bad. In their own words, “Attracting and retaining shoppers is vital to running our business. We have made some recent rate changes to reduce variability in how much shoppers earn, and we are constantly innovating to help shoppers get more orders. After these changes our shoppers will earn, on average, an effective rate of $15-$20/hour, which is both in line with historical levels and strongly competitive within our markets,” Instacart told Recode. (Click the link at the end of this post to learn more.)
Poor credit? No car? You can still make money driving for Uber. Here’s how.
From their site
|WHAT IS INSTACART?
Instacart is an on-demand grocery delivery service. Customers order groceries from their favorite local stores and we handpick the items and deliver the order to them.
WHAT IS THE APPLICATION PROCESS?
I ALREADY HAVE A JOB – CAN I STILL WORK AT INSTACART?
DO I NEED A 4-DOOR CAR?
WILL I NEED TO COMPLETE A BACKGROUND CHECK?
WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS? YOU:
Also, click here to learn more about Instacart’s recent pay changes.
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