Grocery and restaurant deliveries are booming, but working conditions are more hectic and dangerous—for just a bit more cash.
Bobileigh Daniels of Raleigh, North Carolina, has been delivering groceries for Instacart since July 2019. Most weeks, she can count on earning $400 to $500. But since the coronavirus scare took hold of communities across the U.S., she’s been packing her pickup truck with giant orders for a weekly take that has shot up to about $1,000.
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