September 08, 2021
If you want to know how much you can earn driving with Bolt compared to a 9-5 job, then you’re in the right place.
Sit back and enjoy the ride!
First, let’s take a look at the current state of play to get an idea of average 9-5 earnings. The national minimum wage in Nigeria stands at ₦35,000 monthly. And three common professions for young graduates — teaching, bank clerks, and customer service — have average entry-level salaries of ₦38,000, ₦80,000, and ₦60,000 respectively.
Workers can, however, grow their earnings in the following ways;
Bolt driver earnings are directly linked to two factors — performance and efficiency. There are, however, numerous ways that drivers can supplement their earnings on the platform.
Top-performing full-time Bolt drivers in major cities such as Lagos can make up to ₦350,000 per month. Part-time drivers taking trips during their commutes to work and back in major cities can make up to ₦25,000 per week.
Bolt charges 20% commission on the final order price depending on the city — for both cash and card rides. However, this commission doesn’t apply to tips, bonuses, and airport or toll fees.
As well as the opportunity to make more money for you and your loved ones, the Bolt driver app offers a seamless earning experience:
To help you make your decision, we’ve compared Bolt against a standard 9-5 job across various factors. If you want to earn flexibly and be your own boss, then signing up as a Bolt driver could be the right choice!
If you’re still not quite sure which way to go, then remember that you can test the waters with Bolt to begin. You can work your 9-5 job and drive part-time with Bolt simultaneously. And remember that part-time drivers in major cities like Lagos earn up to ₦25,000 weekly by taking trips on their way to and from work. — so there’s no harm trying.
One of the key perks of signing up to drive with Bolt is that you get complete ownership of your time and work schedule — which is great for your mental well-being! Plus, you’ll get all of those added benefits that we discussed.😉
Now, you have all that you need to make the decision to sign up to drive today!
To learn more about how to become a Bolt driver check out our blog post or watch this step-by-step video.
Want to earn flexibly and on your schedule? Sign up on our website!
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