10 Best Gig Worker Jobs To Make Extra Money

The number of gig workers has grown dramatically over the last several years and shows no signs of slowing down.

The diversity of gig worker jobs is enormous – ranging from side hustling a few hours a week to a full-time independent contracting career.

On the next slides, we’ll dive into the  details to find the best-paying gig worker jobs and help you decide  which one would be the best fit for you.

If you’re looking for a flexible gig  that allows you to earn money on your own time with almost no barrier to  entry (you need to have a vehicle), this is a great place to start.

Driving Gigs

With DoorDash and other food delivery apps, you get paid to pick up food at restaurants and deliver it to the customer.

Delivery Gigs

While you won’t make a ton of money with  survey apps, it is an incredibly easy gig to start, and you can spend  as much or as little time on it as you want.

Survey Apps

Fiverr is an online freelancing gig platform that allows you to advertise almost any service you can think of.


On TaskRabbit’s platform, you can get  paid for all kinds of hands-on tasks like mowing lawns, running errands,  or assembling furniture.


By offering your services on Care.com, you can easily find jobs that pay well without doing your advertising.


Swipe Up To Read More