Rising costs of living and inflated property prices are part and parcel of fast-paced developed Singapore city. City dwellers are busy seeking money to fund their high standard of living in the country.
In recent years, technology has made it possible for people to search and find all type of information in a matter of seconds. With thousands of mobile apps already in store, we are spoilt for choice with the wide selection of apps available that we are actually willing to pay for.
However, there are more and more apps allowing users to turn a quick buck, by offering to pay you for using them. With that being said, finding additional income is getting easier with the various startups that allow people to trade time, tools or rooms in return for a little cash in your pocket.
From cleaning to grocery shopping, here are the top apps that not only flexible but will earn you pretty decent money for your efforts:
Fancy a fast road to easy money? Driving has become an increasingly appealing side job for those seeking an extra source of income. Drivers reportedly earn between $2.5 – 3K per month, if they work full time and after all the various deductions.
Carousell serves as a fast and simple way to sell the clutter in your life and find great deals to save you cash! This app is perfect for busy people as they are able to list an item for sale in 30 secs.
An average hotel stay costs above $150 and with Airbnb, the world’s largest accommodation provider for travellers, it is definitely an attractive option for both travellers who are seeking cheaper options and hosts who are in need of extra income. While owners of Housing Development Board flats are not able to apply, there are many in the private sector who are taking to this like a fish to water
Upwork is a place where freelancers list their skills and employers turn to first for good quality work at affordable prices. Skills such as logo design and data entry could easily earn you decent money, and with all work being done remotely, you could easily do this from the comfort of your home.
Rather than hiring drivers and buying trucks to send groceries to your door, Market9 crowdsources its users who are paid $8 per trip to buy and deliver supermarket fresh produce to the doorstep of customers within their guaranteed 3-hour timeframe.