10 best gig worker jobs to make extra money

in your spare time

The number of gig workers has grown dramatically over the last several years and shows no signs of slowing down. Let's dive into the details to find the best-paying gig worker jobs.

Thumbtack is similar to TaskRabbit but caters to more professional businesses and specialists than one-off handyman jobs.


Turo is the equivalent of Airbnb, but for cars. List your car on the site and rent it out on a daily or weekly basis.


Fiverr is an online freelancing gig platform that allows you to advertise almost any service you can think of, ranging from web design to creating crazy cat videos.


While you won’t make a ton of money with survey apps, it is an incredibly easy gig to start, and you can spend as much or as little time on it as you want.

Survey Apps

If driving people around isn’t your thing, how about delivering food or packages? These gigs require access to a suitable vehicle and a smartphone to access the apps.

Delivery Gigs