Boston  Owners will be paid by check or PayPal on the 15th of each month, and the vehicles listed with Getaround must be less than 125,000 miles and no older than 2006. All rentals include 24/7 roadside assistance and insurance coverage of $ 1,000,000. Tenants are verified via DMV records and they are responsible for returning the car in the same condition it was collected in – all cars are non-smoking, and a $ 100 cleaning fee will be charged if the vehicle is excessively dirty on return. In vain stating that cars should be clean, well maintained and smoke free in their owner.
It's free to sign up and earn, and you can choose to list your car for hourly and daily rentals. After approval, Getaround will pick up your car to install the Connect in the vehicle and create professional photos for your profile. Once your profile is set up, specify the pickup and return instructions you want to share with your renter, and determine the availability of your car so you can start making bookings and earning money!
App 6: TaskRabbit
TaskRabbit specializes in "daily work". Allows you to earn money by doing odd jobs and errands. Available throughout the US, with over 50,000 employees, the company is proud to offer the best platform to do things around the house.
Work categories include a range of craftsman services and additional Tasks such as cleaning, gardening and purchasing and delivery. One of the strangest tasks I found on TaskRabbit was "in line", just as it sounds … you're being paid to stand in line or queue someone up.
When a user enumerates a task, the application will match the appropriate taskers based on the category and criteria of the job. Task Descriptions clearly describe what needs to be done and the customer can review the hourly rates and qualifications of the employees before booking.
As an agent, the application notifies you of jobs nearby and selects the location you want to log in to. Once the details have been confirmed with the customer, complete the work and the application will release the payment.
You can sign up for a task via the TaskRabbit website – the application is free, but an initial $ 20 fee is required for background checks and processing. Once you have selected your location, you can choose from a list of preferred work categories and set your experience and hourly rates. For each category, there is a suggested rate based on which customers in your area choose the most.
TaskRabbit is available in 43 subway areas in the United States, and users must be in one of these listed areas to register as a Tasker
App 7: Field Representative
Field Sales Representative outsource market research so that you can make money by doing business on behalf of companies.
The application lists all jobs nearby, including customer service audits. Mystery shopping jobs and surveys.
The fee depends on the task, and frequent duties include price checks and advertisement checks in the shop. The following gallery shows an example of an electronics display audit task in an AT & T business.
If you want to start as an agent, you can join log in to the application and then use your smartphone to collect photos, videos, and store info.
Jobs are listed as a handy "map view" based on your location, allowing you to see the next mappings. Once you have selected a job, you have less than 2 hours to complete it.
The compensation is between $ 1 and $ 12, and the revenue is stored in your Field Agent account until you decide to withdraw.
There are no restrictions on who can join the field agent, and stakes are available throughout the United States
App 8: EasyShift
EasyShift promises you to shop, eat and discover in your city
Application lists a number of nearby micro-jobs that include display checks and mystery shopping orders. Tasks are usually simple and involve taking photos of products, reviewing prices, and reviewing promotions.
Shifts are listed on behalf of independent companies and large organizations such as CVS and Dollar Tree. Pay varies from job to job, averaging $ 4 per job, and revenue will be sent via PayPal within 48 hours of approval.
A big feature is the inclusion of a community hub that offers a forum to EasyShift users.
Registration is simple, with no application or experience necessary, and The Application adopts a no-fluff approach as it opens with a simple map showing all jobs nearby.
After selecting a PIN, you will be greeted on the Payment Details screen next to the description of the job. Reservation Period
EasyShift operates in all US states, and users must be 18 years of age or over 21 years of age if you need age-restricted items.
App 9: Nursing
Care.com application allows you to flow d A series of nursing tasks, including babysitting, nannying and housekeeping.
Job postings are created through the separate Care application, which allows users to browse profiles and ratings from maintainers of previous customers. The categories listed include child care, pet care, housekeeping, elderly care, tuition, errands and special care.
Register via the application and select the type of care you want to provide. Depending on your selection, background checks and specific certifications may be required. Once you've completed your profile with your biography and all relevant information, you can apply for care jobs from your mobile phone.
Job posts contain all relevant job details and general information that includes nurse's start date and preferences. Once you find a suitable job, you can share a custom note with your profile at the push of a button.
The service is internationally available and available in most US states. You can find a complete list here.  App 10: Lyft
Lyft and Uber are not exactly hidden secrets these days, but no gig economy article would be complete without an exclamation to one of these passengers. Both deserve recognition for the role they have played in popularizing this type of work. Each application promises a similar earning potential, but I've had a weakness for Lyft since his fleet of cars wore those fluffy pink mustaches.
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Lyft's application connects drivers with drivers nearby who operate as part of Lyfts Economy mode Private or shared car hire that offers people in the same direction at a discounted price. After a ride, passengers have the option of tipping drivers over the app, and 100% of the tips go to the drivers.
Fares are calculated by cost per mile and cost per minute, and you can choose when you want to work as a driver. The amount of money you can earn as a driver depends heavily on location and availability – RIDESTER provides a handy income calculator for Lyft and Uber
Log in by opening the Lyft application and clicking "Drive Apply ". Choose whether you want to use your own vehicle or contact Lyft's Express Drive for a rental car. The prices for express rides vary by city and include insurance and a range of rewards as soon as you have reached a certain number of rides.
Once approved, open the application and turn on driver mode to answer passengers' driving requests. When you have finished a journey, the payment is automatically processed and processed in the application.
Lyft has grown to serve most major cities in the United States, and you must be at least 21 years old and have a four-door 2006 or later car to sign up as a driver.
App 11: Bird Charger
Bird is a new carpool service that gives access to a fleet of electric scooters that can be picked up and dropped anywhere.
Users can find and unlock scooters via the Bird application, which can be rented for $ 1 plus $ 0.15 / min at one of the following locations:
As the demand for service continues to grow, so does the need for power … and that's where you come in! By joining a community of chargers, Bird enables you to earn money by picking up scooters and charging them at home or in the office before you release them the next day.
Bird promises earnings of up to $ 100 / night with payment every morning for work completed the night before. Once you're signed in as a charger, either through the app or online, you can start birdwatching, as a user points out in this article from The Atlantic.
Pay averages at $ 5 to pick and charging a scooter, but some are worth more, for example: if a scooter is particularly hard to find, Bird will put a bounty on it, up to $ 20. To sign up as a Charger, you must have access to a car that is at least 18 years old and is within range of one of Bird's care areas.
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