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Can You Really Earn More Than $8,500 per Month as a Food Delivery Rider?
By Seedly  •  April 15, 2022
Recently, news of a food delivery rider allegedly earning more than $8,500 in a month from food deliveries went viral online. That’s almost double the median monthly income of Singaporeans at $4,680 (including employer CPF). Source: Hardwarezone Sounds lucrative, doesn’t it? But like many of you, I had my doubts. Thus, I went down the rabbit hole with a couple key questions:
  • Is it really possible for the average joe to make that much consistently?
  • Should I consider switching to food delivery as a full-time job?
Let’s dive into the numbers and find out! Earning $8,511.64 in Revenue as a Food Delivery Rider After sweeping through multiple forums such as Hardwarezone and Reddit, the general consensus is that earning $8,511.64 in revenue is indeed possible. BUT You’ll need to consider the operating costs and the cons of the job that we’ll cover later on. Here’s a brief overview of how it was done based on general consensus online:...
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By Seedly
Launched in 2016, Seedly helps users make smarter financial decisions with its budgeting app which allows its 40,000 users to sync up their financial accounts and better manage their cash-flow. Last year, we introduced a new community feature which allows users to crowdsource knowledge from peers before making a financial decision.

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