If you’re looking for flexible, part-time work cooking for restaurants, there are a four good options. 

Jitjatjo

Jitjatjo, a rapidly-growing staffing company, connects cooks, bartenders and servers with jobs in several industries, including education, hospitality and health care. It differs from most side hustles in that the company actually takes you on as a part-time employee, paying Social Security, income tax withholding, and giving you some paid time off. Learn more about Jitjatjo here.

Qwick

Qwick connects individuals and companies that are hosting events with cooks, waiters, bartenders and concession attendants capable of staffing these events. Operating in eight major markets, the site promises to provide potential workers with all the information they need to accept or reject a shift. This includes the location, start time, pay, staff contact, parking, and dress code. The site also encourages long-term relationships between employers and freelance staff — a big positive. Learn more about Qwick here.

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