Find flexible, fast-paying jobs on demand. Adia makes it easy to get work whenever you want it, whether you’re looking for consistent shifts or the occasional side gig.
Get matched to a growing network of businesses in your area who are looking for workers just like you. Adia covers a huge variety of roles in hospitality, events, retail, general labor and logistics, customer service, and more—so you can find work that fits any or all of your many skills.
Create a free account and complete your profile to get 24/7 access to all kinds of great gigs that suit your schedule and pay promptly.
How it Works:
CREATE A FREE PROFILE
• Register using your email address or your Facebook, Google, or LinkedIn account
• Choose your location and the max distance you want to travel for work
• Select the types of roles you’re interested in and your level of experience for each
• Pick the days and times you want to work, and add unavailable dates to your time off calendar
• Upload a profile picture and even add a quick intro video if you like!
• Help yourself stand out by uploading documents like a resume, certificates, diplomas, or references
LET THE JOBS ROLL IN
• Get instantly matched to jobs that fit your role preferences, location, and availability
• Receive real-time alerts when you’re matched to new jobs
• Flip through your matches for a quick snapshot of key info like hourly pay, total earnings, dates, and shifts available
• Apply to the jobs you’re interested in with a single tap
• Get pinged as soon as you’re hired!
RAKE IN THE CASH
• Get detailed job reminders 24 hours before you’re scheduled to work
• Check in and out straight from the app
• Submit timesheets in one tap
• Get payment sent directly to your bank account every week
• Get a detailed overview of all your pending applications, upcoming jobs, and completed assignments
• Automatically save shift details to your calendar app of choice
• Use the free chat feature to communicate with your shift manager
• Easily share job listings with friends via email, text, or social media