Local freelance jobs and websites.

If you rather not work from a computer, there are plenty of offline freelancing jobs that will allow you to earn money with a flexible schedule. Some of the leading websites for finding these local jobs are below. You can set your own hours, work when your schedule allows, and also make some extra money at the same time.

“Offline” freelance jobs are great for people seeking a flexible type job and the income that comes with it. It can help a single parent or mother work around their child care needs, allow someone to work a second, flexible part time job, and these local freelance jobs can help in many other situations too. Even if you have a short term financial emergency or bills due, make a few bucks from one of these freelance companies. They allow workers to make some money as needed for the rent, extra savings or bills (or whatever), and payment is usually made with day(s).

Leading local freelance jobs and companies / websites

TaskRabbit.com - If you are more a hands-on person, you can become a freelance tasker at TaskRabbit. You can earn money by helping people and become someone's” hero”.

The jobs available are wide ranging for people with all skills sets, including those with a GED only, handyman type jobs, blue collar positions and others. Tasks may include cleaning, handyman, delivery services, moving, furniture assembly, shopping, errands, cooking, gift wrapping, and many others.

The TaskRabbit website works by connecting you with nearby local jobs, and you can select the ones you want (based on pay and requirements) to complete then submitting an invoice to get paid. You can get started on TaskRabbit by registering online on their website, attending an info session in your city and start earning by accepting your first job.

 

 

 

 

As a Freelancer on TaskRabbit, you can choose your rate, complete tasks that you love and make a schedule that fits your life. Since tasks are done in person and locally, TaskRabbit will conduct background checks and identity verification to everyone that uses the service. In addition to that, all financial transactions are through direct deposit. As a tasker, you will also have access to a customer service team with live chat, phone and email to assist with any issues.

Thumbtack: This is a freelance website that is also focused on local work, maybe even in your immediate neighborhood. If you are a handy person (man or woman), landscaper, trainer, housesitter, plumber, or have other skill sets, find local jobs on Thumbtack. This site tends to be focused more on professionals so the pay may be a little higher (as are the requirement to list on the site), but the funds can help you and your family make ends meet.

Uber or Lyft: Set your hours and earn money by driving for a ride sharing service. If you don't not own a car, both Uber and Lyft have partnered with several dealerships that offer affordable rental options to help you get a car in less than two days. All car rental programs through Uber comes with weekly pricing that includes insurance and payment for the vehicle. Once approved, you can start driving and making money within hours.

The ride sharing companies offers a promotion during busy times and tips on providing exceptional service to earn more money. You can expect to get paid weekly through direct deposit and depending on location, drivers with instant pay can "cash out" their earnings up to five times each day.

 

 

 

 

There are many perks of becoming a Lyft or Uber driver, such as free health insurance for you and your family, discounted phone plans with AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint. You can expect to save 8-22 percent on your monthly cell phone bill. Savings can also be applied to immediate family members. Uber drivers can enjoy up to 15 percent discount on vehicle maintenance too.

Bark.com : Freelancers of all skills sets and backgrounds can join Bark. The website can have wedding planners, personal trainers, auto mechanics, electricians and others. Once you resister, and are approved, Bark will send a list of potential clients (for a small fee) in your local area who may be a match. Then you can reach out to the potential jobs and try to make it work.

Pet, dog walking or sitting freelance sites: If you love dogs, cats, pets, or animals in general, then Wag or Rover may be the sites for you. Find local jobs for walking someone’s dog during the day or housesitting gigs. A number of jobs are listed on these sites, many of which may be right in your neighborhood. Both companies will require background checks of all applicants.

Additional options for local freelance work

 

 

 

Those are just a few of the leading freelance websites for local jobs, many of which may be right in your neighborhood. Other websites to consider that may have entry and/or professional level jobs available include LocalSolo, Wonolo, Peopleperhour, and Flexjobs among other companies. You can earn a few extra dollars, or even use these sites on a full time basis, and also benefit from the flexibility of a local freelance job.

 

By Jon McNamara

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