Stuart
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Delivery Driver weekly salaries in the United Kingdom at Stuart

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90% Above national average
Salary estimated from 61 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.

Job openings matching Delivery Driver in Stuart

  1. Exeter
    Make up to £800 per week! Flexible hours: fit work around your timetable and weekend work! Paid weekly, direct to your bank account.
    30+ days ago
  2. Nottingham
    Make up to £600 per week! Flexible hours: fit work around your timetable and weekend work! Paid weekly, direct to your bank account.
    30+ days ago
  3. Nottingham
    Make up to £800 per week! Flexible hours: fit work around your timetable and weekend work! Paid weekly, direct to your bank account.
    30+ days ago
  4. Nottingham
    Make up to £800 per week! Flexible hours: fit work around your timetable and weekend work! Paid weekly, direct to your bank account.
    30+ days ago
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Simple, fun relaxed workplace.
Being my own boss is good it is a relaxed workplace as I’m not confined in one place, it keeps me fit and active. I have learnt how to navigate my way around local areas my job pays depending on how hard I work and what I want to earn the wage is not set and fluctuates solely on personal performance.
Pros
Own schedule. Flexible working day.
Cons
The demand for deliveries can be very low and my day can take longer if it is not busy.
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Meh
Working for them is a bit confusing as there are a lot of rules and mechanics around booking slots and working in them that are not always fully explained. They also don't really reply to messages even though they have a chat feature. The pay is ok but you can't really live off of these apps, don't bet on doing them forever and they are also very tiring. Good luck in life I don't wish this kind of work on you.
Pros
Slightly better than Uber
Cons
Long hours, bad rider support, poor gps
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Flexible Hours, decent pay!
Stuart is one the most competitive delivery company's out there, paying better rates than Uber Eats. Your pay is weekly and you can see a running total of your earnings. They link you to support with filing your tax return and provide some employee perk schemes (they're not amazing but alright). They run competitions and keep staff updated with newsletters on any upcoming events or changes.The help centre staff are polite, quick to respond and very helpful!The only downsides to this job is as a car driver expect to wear your vehicle down quickly if you are doing full time hours. Regular maintenance is a must! Insurance can be pricey but it is easy to make the money up.
Pros
Flexible, Self Employed, Support Centre, Stress free
Cons
Will wear down your vehicle
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How much does a Delivery Driver make at Stuart in the United Kingdom?

Average Stuart Delivery Driver weekly pay in the United Kingdom is approximately £728, which is 90% above the national average.
Salary information comes from 67 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
Please note that all salary figures are approximations based upon third party submissions to Indeed. These figures are given to the Indeed users for the purpose of generalised comparison only. Minimum wage may differ by jurisdiction and you should consult the employer for actual salary figures.