Love this advice. I have driven for Uber Eats before. I made between $18-$22 an hour after gas. It was easy money. Pickup and deliver food. Solve a problem. I used the extra cash to build some savings so I could focus on launching a business. Here’s the deal: if I need extra cash, I can spend a few hours on a weekend delivering food and end up with a few hundred bucks. Do the work, get the money.
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