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TaskRabbit is a service-based marketplace that enables “taskers” the ability to make money off simple services like mounting a TV, delivering groceries, assembling furniture, and moving packages possible.

The marketplace has developed over the years to become a well-oiled ecosystem in which simple service-based jobs from task posters are streamlined to potential taskers looking for their next job opportunity.

How TaskRabbit works?

As a tasker, there are a plethora of service opportunities you can sign-up for. How the marketplace of TaskRabbit works is that the marketplace is run by task posters. The task poster who is offering the job opportunity is able to research and pick a tasker profile who best fits the job criteria. Once the process of assigning a candidate is complete, the tasker is able to start the job right away to earn money.

The beauty of TaskRabbit is the personalized aspect of handling each task. Task posters are able to interact with taskers, which creates an unique client to client element in which a job well done may lead to future potential job opportunities from the same client. By human nature, people like to pick someone who does a good job and is familiar. Similar to many online marketplaces, TaskRabbit is run by positive user reviews similar to the likes of eBay and Amazon. So if you are a tasker, make sure to make a great first impression to get that positive review.

Below are examples of some job postings and rates you may experience while browsing through the TaskRabbit marketplace when viewing tasker profiles.

How to become a tasker?

Becoming a tasker with TaskRabbit is free to sign-up, however, there are certain criterias you must fit in order to be accepted into the program. During this time, TaskRabbit program only extends to the United States.

  • Have a U.S. Social Security Number. This is required for the background check.
  • Be at least 18 years old.
  • Be able to work in one of our active cities in the US.
  • Provide us with personal information for a background and ID check.
  • Have a checking account with a financial institution.
  • Have a valid credit card.
  • Have a smartphone.

If you fit all these qualifications, you will be able to apply to the program. Once accepted, you will be asked to attend a local training session to cover orientation for joining TaskRabbit.

Common TaskRabbit jobs

Below are just some of the common services offered through the TaskRabbit marketplace. Services includes, but are not limited to the following:

  • Cleaning
  • Delivery
  • Furniture assembly
  • TV mounting
  • Plumbing
  • Personal assistant
  • Painting

How to make the most out of TaskRabbit?

To get the most out of TaskRabbit, I recommend treating every job opportunity with care, especially if you just made a brand new, fresh profile. Highly rated and reviewed tasker profiles are rewarded with more lucrative jobs. By completing your profile to its fullest and specializing in good customer service etiquette, you are primed to have a great start to using TaskRabbit for finding jobs on the online marketplace.



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