My experience with Youthire has been positive from the start. I can pick whatever odd-job I want and get paid right away for my services, and the pay is generally acceptable. In fact, I recently started a fulfilling part-time job thanks to Youthire, which can lead to full-time. It was an opportunity that I couldn’t find anywhere else, and it landed right in my lap thanks to Tom and the Youthire team. If you are young like me and hungry for some extra work, Youthire is a no-brainer. Thanks for everything!Andrew
Alfredo was amazing! He is a hard worker and super dedicated. I wish I could keep him around full time! He helped me clean my garage and organize everything. He was polite and responsibile; a great repesentation of your site. This site is a great idea! I am so pleased that I found it. When I was in college I was working three jobs and was always looking for odd job work to pay my tuition. This site would have been perfect. I hope it has great success!J.B.
I was super skeptical at first, but it was super easy to post a job, review applicants and make payments. The youthire showed up on time, and was hardworking. He completed the task plus so much more. I have already posted other odd jobs, and reccommened this site to so many friends. I love the fact that young students can make decent wages helping homeowners rather than making minimum wage. Awesome website!Jennifer
"Jeff Norwood, of Glenwood Landing, used the website to hire 17-year-old Brian Sebetic to rip out all the weeds covering his patio for $10 an hour. “It’s wonderful hiring kids from the neighborhood,” Norwood told 1010 WINS’ Mona Rivera. “We can find jobs that wouldn’t really exist before,” Sebetic said. “It’s good for homeowners, too. I know Jeff he wouldn’t really want to do this by himself.”"
"Jeanine Briefel, 62, of Sea Cliff first used the site to help get her garage cleaned out. “It’s very hard to find someone to help you out for what they call ‘little jobs,’ like fixing a hole in the wall and painting it,” Briefel said. “Especially for elderly people, it’s really a wonderful service for the community.”"
"Young adults, ages 16 to 26, that are looking for the ability to earn some extra income while maintaining a schedule that includes schoolwork, after school activities and family responsibilities no long have to go door to door or scour the classifieds. Youthire.com is the first of its kind website devoted entirely to helping this demographic connect with employers."