Kaylania Chapman spends upwards of 25 hours a week alone in her Ford Focus, but she always has an audience.
That’s because she’s constantly filming for The Blessed Driver, a YouTube channel where she chronicles her adventures driving for apps like Uber and Postmates. An experienced member of the gig economy, Chapman regularly shares honest reviews, relevant news and career advice with her 5,400 subscribers — and anyone else hoping to earn cash with their cars.
It’s no secret there’s good money to be made delivering food and packages. About 16.5 million Americans have contingent or alternative-arrangement jobs in the gig economy. But as services like Amazon Flex and Instacart get more popular, they get more competitive and involve more strategy.
That’s where 40-year-old Chapman comes in.
“There are a lot of people that are just like me — single mothers out there struggling, or maybe they’re in school and they’re trying to make ends meet,” she says. “These [videos] are actually helping people.”
Chapman is on almost every app out there: Uber, Lyft, Uber Eats, DoorDash, Postmates, Handy, Rover, Instacart and Amazon Flex, to be specific. She first joined the gig scene in 2016 after she left her job at an assisted care facility.
The apps initially appealed to her because of her teenager. Chapman liked that she was able to schedule her hours around her son’s schedule, and she jumped into grocery delivery service Instacart full-time. Between November 2016 and January 2017, she made nearly $3,300 plus tips.Sharing is caring! Link to this article:
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