Micro (Mini) jobs describe temporary jobs and tasks.


Jobs might be one-time or ongoing for varying time periods.  Variations in spelling include: micro jobs and micro jobs.   CNN iReport states that the demand for microjob workers will skyrocket.    U.S. News reports microjob workers are making several hundred dollars per day for a few hours work, paying college expenses, and even buying a home.

In the United States, 2.7 million people worked as temps in November of 2013, nearly 2% of the nation�s workforce, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The temporary workforce has grown steadily for 10+ years.  This figure does not include the untapped multitudes using micro job websites.  These workers are making money doing what they love while helping others.  It�s a no-brainer win-win.

Micro/Mini jobs solve problems � they save time, provide money or both.