• Bacon

    Bacon connects warehouse, catering, cleaning and event workers with companies that need temporary help.

    Expected pay: $10 – $25 per hour

    Husl$core: $$$

  • Rare Patient Voice

    Rare Patient Voice seeks caregivers and patients to provide feedback on medical products, drugs, and other aspects of health care.

    Expected pay: $120 per hour

    Husl$core: $$$$$

  • UserInterviews

    UserInterviews connects companies looking for product research information with consumers willing to share their opinions for pay.

    Expected pay: Varied, but significantly above minimum wage

    Husl$core: $$$$

  • Respondent

    Respondent is a market research company that enlists individuals to answer highly specific questions for generous pay.

    Expected pay: generous, but varies widely

    Husl$core: $$$$$

  • Armchair consulting gigs

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  • Parexel

    Parexel is a biomedical research company that enlists individuals for paid clinical trials.

    Expected pay: varies widely, but substantial

    Husl$core: $$$

  • Fortrea Clinical Trials

    Fortrea Clinical Trials is a biomedical research firm that pays individuals to participate in clinical trials.

    Expected pay: varies, but substantial

    Husl$core: $$$$

  • Altasciences

    Altasciences is a medical research firm that enlists individuals to volunteer for paid clinical trials.

    Expected pay: varies by study

    Husl$core: $$$$

  • UserLinker

    UserLinker solves the geographic problem that many people have when they’re looking for paid clinical research studies.

    Expected pay: Varies dramatically

    Husl$core: $$$$$

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  • Hipcamp

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    Expected pay: You set it

    Husl$core: $$$$$

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  • Trymata

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    Expected pay: $5 – $30 per test


  • Website testing jobs

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  • PingPong

    PingPong pays freelancers to provide user experience tests of websites, apps and prototypes for pay ranging from $30 + per hour.

    Expected pay: usually $30 per hour

    HuslScore: $$$$

  • TestingTime

    TestingTime enlists freelancers for website user testing, focus groups and other market research

    Expected pay: $5 to $90 per test

    Husl$core: $$

  • UserPeek

    UserPeek enlists freelancers to test websites for user experience and accessibility for $10 per 15- to 20-minute test.

    Expected Pay: $10 per 15- to 20-minute test

    Husl$core: $$$

  • Userfeel
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  • Userlytics

    Userlytics enlists freelancers to test websites, prototypes, games, advertisements and videos for user experience, paying between $5 and $90 per test.

    Expected pay: $5 to $90 per test

    Husl$core: $$$

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  • TeachMeTo

    TeachMeTo is a young coaching platform that specializes in pickleball, tennis, golf and surfing.

    Expected pay: $40 – $60 per hour

    Husl$core: $$$$

  • Have experience? Go “pro”

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