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Teacher Quits For $100,000 A Year Grocery Delivery Gig

No kidding, I ran across an article at Money.com about a teacher that quit his job and now makes $100,000 a year delivering groceries. 45 year old Ed Hennessey lives in Orlando and has developed quite an income as a personal grocery shopper. He works as an independent contractor for Shipt, a membership based grocery delivery service owned by Target. Admittedly, Hennessey puts in a lot of hours for his money (the article says he works 60 hours a week), but who would have thought that you could make $100,000 a year grocery shopping!

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Full Time Or Part Time

One aspect of this I really love is the flexible hours (and the option to work full time or part time). Also, the requirements are minimal, including the following:

  • At least 18 years of age.
  • Valid U.S. driver's license and auto insurance.
  • A reliable vehicle, 1997 or newer.
  • Knowledge of produce selection.
  • Insulated cooler bags.
  • Ability to lift 40 pounds.
  • iPhone (iOS 10 or newer) or Android (5.1 or newer) smartphone.

How Much Can You Earn?

I am sure the earnings vary widely like they do with opportunities like Uber, but the Shipt website says drivers average $22 per hour. 

Here is a great video of a stay-at-home mom that is working with Shipt

If you work for Shipt and would like to share your experience, please use the comment section below and we can start a conversation.

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James L. Paris 
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