Need Some Extra Cash? Consider These 10 Highest Paying Tasks on Airtasker

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Airtasker is a platform that connects people wanting to outsource tasks with people who are looking to do them. On it, you can find everything from accounting and electrical repairs to translators and swimming instructors.

In the case that you’re looking to be the task provider on the platform, you might want to look at both what’s most popular and what’s highest-paying. Fortunately, Airtasker regularly shares that information.

Turns out, unsurprisingly, removalists, handymen and furniture assembly are most in-demand. As for the highest-paying tasks on Airtasker, they include pool cleaning and maintenance, landscape gardeners, and fence construction.

Ahead is the full list of top 10 most in-demand tasks on Airtasker, as well as the highest paying in June.

Most In-Demand Tasks on Airtasker

  • Removalists – $172 average task price
  • Handyperson – $298
  • Residential cleaning – $181
  • Gardening / lawn moving – $201
  • Furniture assembly – $169
  • Plumber – $273
  • Painting services – $666
  • Waste disposal – $155
  • Pick up and delivery – $128
  • Mechanic – $261

Highest Paying Tasks on Airtasker

  • Fence construction – $995 average task price
  • Landscape gardeners – $935
  • Flooring – $855
  • Insulation installation – $748
  • Pool cleaning and maintenance – $676
  • Painting services – $666
  • Roof tilling – $664
  • Excavation – $531
  • Interior design – $521
  • Full house removals $433

Interestingly, one trend that hit Airtasker in the month of July is Barbie. The marketplace has seen a growing number of Barbie-themed tasks being posted, including everything from Barbie children’s entertainers, turning pools Barbie pink, Barbie-themed balloon twisters, and making giant Barbie box cakes.

Some of the Barbie-themed tasks include:

“With Barbie fever hitting Australia, we are certainly seeing Airtasker help add some fun and magic to people’s lives as they celebrate the movie’s release,” says Airtasker founder and CEO Tim Fung.

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