After years of a pressure-cooker management job, I retired and decided to pick up some extra money with Grubhub.
There are no meetings, no cut-throat bosses, no zinger emails. No crazy deadlines. And not a lot of money, either.
But I do get to cruise in my car, listening to music, podcasts, or audiobooks, while picking up an extra $100 to $200 - more ... a week part-time.
Most of the restaurants and customers are good to deal with. And if you run into the occasional bad apple, you make your delivery and move on.
If you have another source of income and access to health care, etc., workin ... - less
ProsLow stress, make your own schedule, extra pocket change
ConsForget about trying to make a real living. No benefits.