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How to become a Just Eat delivery driver

With the challenges faced by many industries in recent years, the hospitality sector has been particularly hard-hit. Despite these challenges, delivery and courier services have emerged as a lifeline for many within the industry. In the UK, Just Eat stands out as the leader in the food courier market, boasting an impressive 80% market share, outpacing its closest competitors, Deliveroo and Uber Eats.

Owing to its significant growth and dominance, Just Eat offers a range of employment opportunities. From flexible part-time roles to full-time positions, there’s something for everyone. The iconic commercial-grade thermal bag is a familiar sight on the streets, carried by couriers on bikes or in cars.

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Chris Richards

Chris is a personal finance specialist who founded Council Tax Advisors in 2012, assisting over 250,000 people with their Council Tax debt. Observing that many clients overpaid on utilities, he launched Utility Saving Expert in 2014, an energy price comparison site. In 2016, the platform expanded its services to include consumer and business insurance comparisons. Utility Saving Expert stands out with its commitment to social responsibility, donating 10% of net profits to fuel poverty charities, underscoring its dedication to both client value and community support.