Over one-third of the United States workforce is creating an income in some capacity through the gig economy. There are projections that say more than 40 percent of the U.S. workforce will be working as an independent contractor by 2020. Needless to say, side hustles are becoming the norm, whether you have a full-time job, you’re a student, or you’re looking to fund a passion project.
One of the main ways the gig economy has gained so much momentum is through transportation startups like Uber, Lyft, Turo, and others. With services like car sharing, ridesharing, courier services, and grocery delivery there are many ways to make some extra cash through the gig economy. In other words, it’s easy to start a side hustle with your car.
How to use your car to start a side hustle
The Zebra compiled a infographic to all the top gig economy services you can take advantage of with your car. The infographic breaks down how much you can make, what type of shifts you will be schedule to work, and how much customer interaction you’ll have. Check out the infographic below to see what service fits you best.
This infographic was created by The Zebra.