Approximately 60 percent of Americans are interested in acquiring part-time jobs to generate additional income according to a recent compilation of consumer surveys. This same collaborative rundown goes on to point out the majority are unable to commit to traditional secondary employment after factoring in their primary professions and home lives. Though some have found a suitable compromise amidst the growing side-gig movement, many struggle with finding odd jobs fitting their interests and abilities. —
In light of this development, the Tinker App has been launched, a tool designed to connect side-gig seekers with people in need of occasional or short-term help carrying out odd jobs. Regarding the launch, a spokesperson for My Tinker App, LLC, the company responsible for the new app, stated, "Hundreds of thousands of odd jobs are out there for the taking; at the same time, people are continually searching for side hustles to earn extra cash. Unfortunately, those on both ends of the spectrum keep missing each other. We created the Tinker App to bridge the gap."
Based on information provided by My Tinker App, LLC, the app has been designed for job seekers as well as those in need of an occasional helping hand. Users in search of work are granted access to lists of opportunities available near them. Details provided include job descriptions, pay rates, estimated timespans, brief bios of job posters and other relevant points. Job seekers are required to create profiles for potential employers to view and are asked to submit short application letters in order to apply for postings in which they are interested.
Users in need of short-term workers must likewise create accounts via the app. From that point, they are able to post jobs, view applicants' bios and application letters, see ratings and reviews and communicate with job seekers. Upon hiring a worker, service fees are temporarily deposited into Tinker's account. Once a job is completed, pay is forwarded to the employee.
"Quick jobs and people looking to carry out these tasks are both readily available," concluded the company spokesperson, "and we're here to help bring the two together. The Tinker App offers a wide range of opportunities. Our job posters are seeking help with everything from walking their dogs or running errands to household repairs or setting up for parties. We encourage those on both sides to download the app and start connecting with local odd jobs or workers capable of handling them."
The Tinker App is available for iOS devices and may be downloaded via the My Tinker App, LLC website.
About My Tinker App, LLC:
Geared toward the continually growing odd-job sector, the Tinker App is designed to bring together people seeking quick jobs for extra income and those in need of an occasional helping hand.
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