Getting a bead on the gig economy


While the gig economy offers some extraordinary ways to make money, there are also some outrageously exploitative companies. We created SideHusl so you would know the difference before committing your time and resources

Order Up


What: Deliver food

Expected pay: $0 - $12 per hour

Husl $core: $

Instacart


What: Shop for and deliver grocery orders

Expected pay: $5 - $15 per hour

Husl $core: $$

Mr. Delivery


Job: Deliver food

Pay: $0 - $12 per hour

Husl$core: $

Roadie


What: Delivery -- everything from lost baggage to surfboards and cupcakes

Expected pay: $8 to $650 per gig (not per hour)

Husl $core: $$$$

Postmates


What: Deliver food

Expected pay: $5 to $15 per hour

Husl $core: $$

Amazon Flex


What: Deliver packages for the nation’s largest online retailer

Expected pay: $18 to $25 per hour

Husl $core: $$$$

DoorDash


What: food delivery

Expected pay: $5 - $12 per hour

Husl $core: $$

Deliv


What: Same day delivery service for goods, ranging from packages to flowers and food

Expected pay: $10 - $22 an hour

Husl $core: $$$

Caviar


What: Food delivery

Expected pay: $10 - $25 an hour

Husl$core: $$$$

GrubHub


What: Deliver food

Expected pay: $10 - $20 an hour

Husl $core: $$$

Uber


What: drive people and things (for Uber Eats)

Expected pay: $15 to $25 an hour

Husl $core: $$$

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