Category: Work Survey

  • Qmee


    Qmee is a survey site that differentiates itself by allowing instant payments to PalPal, but still pays only a few bucks per hour Expected pay: less than minimum wage Husl$core: $$

  • Spare5


    Spare5 connects side hustlers with “micro-tasks” that pay a few pennies each. Expected pay: $0.01 to .50 cents per task HuslScore: $

  • Perksy


    Perksy pays a negligible amount to complete “gamified” surveys via cell phone Expected pay: pennies Husl$core: $

  • Survey Junkie

    Survey Junkie

    Survey Junkie pays you to take surveys, but the pay is pennies per survey, which makes it virtually impossible to make minimum wage Expected pay: $2 – $3 per hour Husl $core: $$

  • Swagbucks


    Swagbucks enlists consumers to complete surveys or watch videos for pay Expected pay: 1 cent to $2 per survey — about $1 an hour Husl$core: $

  • MyPoints


    MyPoints says you can earn money taking surveys and reading advertisements Expected pay: Nominal Husl$core: $

  • Pinecone Research

    Pinecone Research

    Pinecone Research enlists consumer for market research studies that pay a few dollars for your time. Expected compensation: $3 per survey (15-20 minutes each) Husl $core: $$


    Answer surveys; participate in focus groups and clinical trials Expected pay: $2 to $250 per survey/focus group 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: $

  • PrizeRebel


    PrizeRebel pays you to take surveys, but the pay is slight. And the site can rescind your earnings if you run afoul of it’s rules. Expected pay: $1-4 an hour (est.) Husl$core: $