How to Identify the perfect side hustle


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Most people are familiar with Uber, Lyft, DoorDash, Grub Hub, AirBnB, and the likes. What if I told you there’s a lesser-known side hustle with more upside?

Uber and Lyft are some of the better-known side hustle or side gig platforms. Their drivers are able to dual-purpose their everyday personal vehicles as taxicab. However, that comes with certain risks or vulnerabilities. There’s risk of getting one vehicle trashed by a drunk passenger then getting one-stared by that same obnoxious passenger leading to lost business and wages.

DoorDash and GrubHub are also known as the pioneers in their category when it comes to food delivery services. While the income potential is promising, dashers have complained of lousy tips. As gas prices continue to rise, that makes this gig even less appealing to drivers.

How about AirBnB? While on the surface it seems like the perfect passive income, things are not always what they seem. For starters, 2 out of 3 American population do not own a house much less own a second one. That means this is an opportunity that’s out of reach for 66% of households. For the ones that are fortunate to own a rental property, there’s always that concern that a guest could tear up your property leaving you with huge repair bill.

Last but certainly not the least is CHORE TOOLS. What sets CHORE TOOLS apart from the other side hustles? For starters, there’s no risk to what’s considered most people’s most expensive asset — their homes or cars. With CHORE TOOLS, all you need to get started is a tool or equipment. Do you own at least a Step Ladder, Vacuum, Power Drill, Lawn Mower, Grass Edger, Carpet Steamer, Leaf blower, Nail Framer? If the answer is YES, then you can turn it into a business by posting it on CHORE TOOLS app for others to rent.