Gig work can be for anyone: These 3 job types require no experience

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05 Jan, 2021

Gig work can be for anyone: These 3 job types require no experience

BY Guest Contributor

There are plenty of great gig work opportunities. Some jobs require experience or skills, but many of them don’t. If you’re thinking about getting into gig work, or you need something while you look for a full-time job, you have options.

Many companies hire gig workers, and it’s more common now than ever before. You can find something even if you’ve never done gig work before, or haven’t worked in a particular industry. Here are some of the best jobs for quick gig work with no experience required.

Warehouse Gig Worker

It’s important to be a good fit for the work you’re after. But sometimes you just need a few gigs to get by until you secure longer-term employment. One of the options for gig work that doesn’t require much experience is warehouse work.

To be a good warehouse gig worker, you need to be able to follow instructions. Warehouses are also generally looking for accuracy and efficiency. Unlike what you may be imagining though, not all warehouse work relies on brute strength. You might not need to do a lot of heavy lifting if you’re given repetitive task to complete instead. This kind of gig work doesn’t require specific experience and can be a great option when you’re looking for a quick gig.

Delivery Driver

Another good gig that doesn’t require you to have experience is delivery driving. If your driving record is clean, you have a reliable car, and you can show decent customer service skills, this can be a great gig work option. A lot of people drive for companies like DoorDash and UberEats, but there are plenty of other opportunities as well.

Some companies want to hire gig workers as extra drivers around busy times like the holiday season. Other companies exclusively choose gig workers throughout the year. Either way, it’s a fairly simple way to make some extra money.

Brand Ambassador

Over the past decade the gig economy has changed. That means there are a lot more opportunities than there used to be. If you have a good attitude and people skills and you’re a quick learner, being a brand ambassador could be a great gig for you to consider. Brand ambassadors typically talk about the value of the brand and showcase all of its good points. It can be useful to have customer service or sales experience for this kind of role. But, if you’re good people person, you can be successful quickly.

You’ll learn about the brand before you start and can learn more information as you work. If you’re outgoing and good at getting people interested in something, you could potentially make a great brand ambassador without any prior experience.

These are just a few examples of gig opportunities that don’t require you to have a lot of experience. Many gig opportunities don’t require you to have any experience at all. A lot will teach you before you start, so you can gain experience as you work. You’ll be good to go as long as you bring something of value to the company. That could be something as simple as a clean driving record, the ability to do manual labor, or an outgoing attitude and good people skills. With those things, you can get a gig that works for you.

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About the Author: Michelle Dakota Beck has worked as a professional freelance writer since the 1990s. During that time she has written everything from product descriptions to full-length books. Her areas of specialization include real estate, home services, legal topics, relationships, family life, and mental health issues. You can find her on WriterAccess.

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