The average day is just picking up orders and taking them to people's house or office. There are currently plenty of hours to be had in this area. I have worked thirty minutes or more over for most of my shifts. The distances can be tough sometimes. In general, the customers are friendly. If you are anti-social, this could still be an excellent job. Most of the job is spent alone in the car. Everything is done from an app, so as long as you are inside the delivery area you can clock in and wait for an order. Some days you will get one right away and other times you will have to wait. My only real complaint is that there isn't a better training system. Just an hour or two of explaining would have been really helpful. Marking days that you are unavailable is fairly easy and I haven't had any issues getting the time off that I need. Some of the restaurants seem to dislike using the service and refuse to confirm the orders as you pick them up. Overall, I am happy with this job.
Friendly customers, listen to my music, flexible scheduling
Long distances, no real training(though not much is needed)