Postmates, Doordash, Grubhub, or UberEATS: Hacks, Hints and Hotdogs
What You Need to Know About The Most Popular Food Delivery Apps
In 2017,15.5 million Americans made the career shift towards becoming a freelancer. As Creative Portland is a place where many of those “contingent” workers go for industry updates, community resources, and financial advice, this flux will have a massive effect on your readers. An inconsistent paycheck is a huge struggle for them. While building their client list, many freelancers turn to alternative opportunities in the gig economy, most notably becoming a rideshare driver. But have they considered driving for an app-based, food delivery service, which has been proven to be safer and more supportive than its rideshare counterpart? Here is a a detailed examination of the top four most popular companies that highlight what freelancers need to know before signing up. You can check it out here: What You Need to Know About The Most Popular Food Delivery Apps. Using up-to-date data and several first-hand accounts, our research compares the salaries, delivery processes and independent contractor benefits offered by Postmates, Doordash, Grubhub, and UberEATS. Yes, some of these companies actually offer real insurance benefits to their drivers.