As the birthplace of the automobile, Detroit is no stranger to the positive changes that innovative technology can bring.
While inflation is keeping the cost of everything from groceries to gas at record highs, Detroit’s minimum wage has remained at just $9.87 per hour. Since courts recently paused a hike in the local hourly rate until at least February 2023, that rate will remain unchanged for some time.
Now, Motor City residents are looking for ways to increase their income and offset the costs of every day items like gas and groceries. Some Detroit residents have figured out a way to earn at least double the area's minimum wage.
Get to earning within 24 hours
More than 57,000 people in Detroit are already leveraging flexible work to increase their income amid high inflation rates. These workers can easily pick up extra work and build a schedule around their personal lives and financial goals.
Pro tip: leverage technology to easily find work in your area. No need to waste gas money on a long commute!
People looking for flexible work opportunities can easily find shifts in the hospitality, retail, and warehouse/logistics.
Detroit workers have found flexible work to help them achieve:
- Work flexibility: build schedules around personal lives and income goals
- Financial stability - view shift earnings before you work
- Unlimited income potential: work as little or as much as you want
- Get paid quickly: ability to get paid the same day
- Unique and exciting work opportunities
Common roles in Detroit include general labor, warehouse associates, line and prep cook positions, and event server shifts.
Help local businesses
High quality, reliable workers are matched with businesses based on the skills of the workers and the needs of business. Over 30 data points can be used to match people with businesses that need their skills and experience.
It's great when local workers can earn more while also helping local businesses thrive.