Category: Work Misc

  • Shiftsmart


    Shiftsmart connects willing workers with companies seeking product testers, retail workers, telemarketers and others Expected pay:Varies Husl$core: $$

  • LiveOps


    LiveOps enlists freelancers to work as customer service representatives, paid by the engaged minute. Expected pay: 25 cents to 45 cents per engaged minute Husl $core: $$

  • Invisibly


    Invisibly proposes to pay you to sharing your personal information with marketers. Expected pay: “free” content Husl$core: $

  • Cuddlist


    Cuddlist purports to help connect lonely people in need of a hug with professional cuddlers, but cuddlers need expensive training to sign up Expected pay: NA Husl$core: $

  • CastingWords


    CastingWords enlists freelancers to transcribe audio but pays such low rates that you can only consider this a decent side hustle if you live in a country with a rock-bottom cost of living. Expected pay: $1 – $9 per hour Husl$core: $

  • Arise


    Arise bills itself as a way that customer service professionals can work for themselves, on their own schedules. But requires them to pay for training and access to a buggy system. Expected pay: speculative Husl$core: $

  • UTest


    UTest enlists freelancers to test new software, smart phone apps, and other products but it’s cagey about what you’ll get paid. Expected pay: speculative Husl$core: $

  • Clickworker


    Clickworker connects freelancers with ways to make small amounts of money, but some of the jobs are privacy-intrusive Expected pay: varies Husl$core: $

  • Mechanical Turk

    Mechanical Turk

    Mechanical Turk enlists freelancers to complete “human intelligence tasks” (HITS) for pennies in pay Expected pay: pennies Husl $core: $