Deliver Newspapers.

Work for Yourself. Supplement your income.

Earn Extra Money

Work Only A Few Hours A Day

You Can Still Have A Day Job

Eddie - Albuquerque Journal, 4 Years

There is no better way to start the day than to put a smile on someone's face. Whether or not you are a morning person delivering the Albuquerque Journal is an awesome part time job. For someone like me who has children it is great since they get to go to work with me whenever they want. I have been delivering the newspaper for the Albuquerque Journal for over 4 years and I love it! Get a route now. Easy money. It's fun..

Frequently Asked Questions

The purpose of this FAQ is to provide useful information on frequent questions and concerns regarding the role of an independent contractor.

What is the earning potential for delivering a route?

Independent contractors earn a fee for each newspaper delivered. The total amount varies based on the number of newspapers delivered. Total earnings range from $600 to $1,200 per month. This excludes tips from customers. Fees are negotiated and set in the initial signed agreement. These can be negotiated upon renewal of the agreement or anytime throughout the term of the agreement.

How much time does it take to deliver a route?

The amount of time varies based on the number of papers and number of miles on a route. An average route takes about 2.5 to 3.5 hours to deliver.

How many miles are on an average route?

An average route is approximately 25 miles. The number of miles vary from 10 to 50 miles per route.

What are the hours of delivery?

All routes are expected to be completed by 6:00am Monday through Saturday and by 7:00am on Sunday. Newspapers are typically ready to be picked up by 2:00am.

Does delivery occur on the weekends?

Our independent contractors are responsible for delivery 7 days a week. They are encouraged to secure substitutes to handle deliveries when assistance is needed.

Do I need to use my own vehicle for delivery?

Independent contractors are required to have their own vehicle. A valid New Mexico driver’s license, auto insurance and Social Security card or Tax Identification Number (TIN) are required.

Do I need any experience?

No delivery experience is required.

When are pay days?

As an independent contractor, we pay twice per month. A schedule of payment dates will be issued during contracting. Your customers may also tip you on their own accord.

Apply Today

Thank you for your interest in applying to be an independent contractor. We currently have routes available. Please fill in and submit the form below and someone will get back to you within 48 hours.

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