I have no choice... I'm a combat veteran, and have been trying to get my disability settled since 2006. I've been through many years of therapy, and two failed marriages. All through, I've been back and forth, reapplied and denied and denied... Through several suicide attempts, and dealing with the bad memories, bad memory of daily activity, nightmares, trying to be a good dad, failed husband... All I can do is keep trying to get the fuel money to see my kids every weekend, until I could get more of a stable home, fighting homelessness, and living out of my truck. I love being able to help others and offer anything I can for those in need. Delivery is a great way to help anyone I get to meet every day. There's no better way than seeing the happiness that comes from being able to get someone who can't go to the store, who is sick get their meds, someone who has a big family works and still tries to get food on the table, anyone who wants to try something new and help them see what's out there in the stores... There's nothing short of doing what I can til I can't... Every day is a new day to not give up. Always make the next moment better... From nothing and no way, a way is always made...
Getting orders that are worth accepting.
Going far for little pay and having a problem getting paid
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Uber last week unveiled a $250 million recruiting push aimed at ride-share drivers, which could take driver share from its delivery business.
"“As more people are vaccinated, demand from customers has increased. We're working to bring more drivers and delivery people onto the road, and for anyone interested, now is a great chance to earn money flexibly on your own schedule.” Meghan Casserly, Uber Eats’ Head of Communications
Meanwhile, both DoorDash and Uber Eats are ramping up service to other segments such as grocery, convenience and pharmaceuticals, which could be another factor stretching networks thin.
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If you have a car and some free time, you might want to work with Instacart, a company where some people have confessed that they can earn up to $ 480 a week.
There are two ways you can earn money working with Instacart:
1 - As a shopper in the store - Shoppers in the Instacart store take orders through the app and then purchase and bag the groceries. As a shopper, you don’t have to deliver orders, just process them.
2 - As a full-service buyer - Full-service shoppers take orders, pick them in store, bag them, and deliver them to customers at the agreed time.
Remember that your location and the time of day your orders are placed could also influence the amount of money you earn.
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Earn on your own schedule... Download the free Postmates Fleet app for iOS or Android and come online whenever you want to make money!
No fees or time commitments - Download the app and come online whenever you want to make money.
Take home 100% of your earnings - Keep 100% of your tips and earnings every time you complete a delivery.
Instant deposits - Cash out instantly anytime you want, or get free weekly deposits.
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Contracting with FedEx Ground, independent businesses provide two types of services to FedEx Ground and its customers:
Pickup and Delivery (P&D) — Using vans or small trucks, picking up packages from shippers and transporting to the local FedEx Ground station – and, from the destination station, delivering to business and residential recipients
Linehaul — Transporting FedEx Ground owned trailers over the road from station to hub, hub to hub, and hub to station — and, in some cases, between customer locations and stations or hubs (“spotted trailers” or “spots”)
Each business contracts to provide service for linehaul runs and spots, or pickup and delivery services for a contracted service area.
These businesses purchase or lease their own vehicles and are responsible for hiring and training drivers and staff, and planning and executing the day-to-day operations.
Along with a contractual relationship with FedEx Ground comes:
- Outstanding revenue potential
- Flexible business operations
- Access to resources