15. Uber or Lyft Driver
Ridesharing apps have become so popular that "Uber" is now used as a verb as well as a noun. You must meet several requirements to become a driver for rideshare service. For example, to become a Lyft driver, you must be at least 21 years old, own an iPhone or Android phone, have a state's driver license that is at least one year old and pass a DMV and background check, in addition to other requirements.
As a driver, you'll set your own hours and generally choose the area where you want to drive. According to Lyft, drivers can make up to $35 per hour. Uber says its drivers average $19 an hour, though they can make up to more than $30 per hour in certain markets.
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