If you’re looking to boost your income, a side gig can be a huge help. But taking on a second job can be difficult, especially if your full-time work is demanding.

Finding a side hustle that pays well, while allowing you to set your own schedule, can be hard to find. But opportunities do exist.

One option is Dolly, a moving app that connects customers to movers and moving vehicles. You can make up to $30 an hour with the company. But best of all, you can work whenever you want.

If you’re strong and don’t mind moving heavy furniture or boxes, you can make serious cash as a Dolly helper. Over 2,000 people work for the service already, and the company reports that its top earners regularly make $1,000 a week. If you’re interested in becoming a contractor with them, find out what the job entails and how to apply in this Dolly review.

Dolly is a service that connects clients with local truck or van owners who can help with moving, hauling, or delivery. Rather than employees, Dolly hires independent contractors. They call their movers helpers, and the company prides itself on hiring workers who provide a high level of service. Helpers handle everything from charitable donation pickups and drop-offs to full home moves.

Unlike other moving companies which typically require four-hour minimums at booking, Dolly prices each job based on the client’s individual needs. It can be a much more cost-effective option, particularly if you have a smaller project.

Customers also don’t need to book a moving vehicle with a third-party. If necessary, they can request helpers with a truck or van to come directly to their home.

The company offers guaranteed pricing, so both the customer and the contractors know exactly what to expect ahead of time.

Customers pay Dolly for moving services through the site and the company passes that payment to employees electronically. That means you don’t have to worry about dealing with cash or issuing change. Tipping is optional, but Dolly does allow helpers to accept tips. They add the tip to the customer’s bill and the helper receives 100 percent of gratuities.

Dolly helpers do not pack boxes or wrap items for clients; they solely move items from one location to another. While you may have to do light disassembly to break an item down for moving, the company does not expect you to assemble furniture.

Moving can come with some risks, such as damaging expensive furniture or breaking a family heirloom. But rather than having to get your own insurance policy, Dolly covers you through their commercial insurance. That can be a helpful safeguard in case there are any issues with a job.

As a Dolly helper, you can use the app to view upcoming customer requests. There may be a mix of both small and large jobs. For example, some customers may just need someone to pick up a couch they bought on Craigslist. Another client may need the contents of their whole home relocated.

Simply view the job details, including how much it pays, and choose which gigs you want to work. You can do a string of small, quick jobs or focus on larger moves for a bigger payout. Dolly leaves it up to you to choose what tasks you want to do and which you’ll skip.

The client will list the date and time they need help. When you find a job that fits your schedule, you can reserve the gig. Then, you just show up and handle whatever the customer needs. Most jobs take between one and two hours, so it’s possible to book multiple customers in one day.

Helpers and clients can communicate with one another through the app or the website. You can message your client to let them know when you will arrive or call them. For the safety and security of both parties, Dolly anonymizes the phone numbers each way.

Currently serving Chicago, Denver, San Diego, and Seattle, Dolly is planning to expand to other cities nationwide soon. Right now, however, they are only hiring Helpers in those four areas.

To be eligible to work as a Dolly helper, you must:

If you would like to work for Dolly, first decide whether you will become a “helper” or a “hand.” Hands make $15 an hour and provide the labor for moves. Helpers are movers who own their own pickup truck, box truck, or cargo van and can use them for jobs. As a helper, you can make up to $30 an hour.

When you’re ready to apply, click on “Helpers” on the top toolbar. The site will prompt you to choose whether you will apply as a hand or a helper.

Once you have selected your role, Dolly will ask you to enter your full name, contact information, vehicle details (if applicable), and availability. The hours of operation are 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week. You can select which times you are most likely to be available, but Dolly does not restrict you from taking on jobs outside your time range.

The application will also prompt you to explain why you want to be a Dolly helper. This question is an opportunity to highlight your work ethic, knowledge of the company, and your goals for the job.

After you submit your application, Dolly will perform a background check. If you pass, they will contact you with information on how to download the app and start working.

Working for Dolly can be a lucrative side hustle, and you don’t have to wait long to get the money you earned. Dolly pays workers every week for the previous week’s work, so you have quick access to your extra income.

However, this moving app does not guarantee a certain number of hours or minimum payout a week. While there may be some weeks where you can pick up a dozen different jobs, there may be others where you don’t get any gigs at all.

Because the work fluctuates, becoming a Dolly helper shouldn’t be a replacement for a full-time job. But it can be an excellent source of supplemental income. You can use your earnings to pay down debt such as credit cards or student loans, or to start saving an emergency fund.

If you like physical labor and have free time outside of your day job, becoming a Dolly helper may be a good fit for you. It’s a well-paying side gig that can help you meet your financial goals, whether that means saving for a long vacation or paying off your student loans early.

For more information about increasing your income, check out this article on side gigs you can start tomorrow.