Wonolo FAQ

  • You must be 18 years or older
  • You must have a valid social security number or your business EIN
  • You must have access to a smartphone to clock in and out of your job

Wonolo is quickly expanding across the U.S. and currently available in:

    • Atlanta
    • Austin
    • Baltimore
    • Charlotte
    • Chicago
    • Columbus
    • Dallas
    • Denver
    • Detroit
    • Fort Worth
    • Houston
    • Indianapolis
    • Jacksonville
    • Las Vegas
    • Miami
    • Nashville
    • New Jersey
    • New York
    • Orlando
    • Philadelphia
    • Phoenix
    • Pittsburg
    • Raleigh / Durham
    • Salt Lake City
    • San Antonio
    • Seattle
    • Tampa Bay

You’ll find a wide variety of jobs and industries, including:

  • Warehouse operations
  • General labor
  • Delivery drivers
  • Food production
  • Event staffing
  • Washing & cleaning
  • Administrative
  • Merchandising

Simply head to the App Store (iPhone) or Google Play Store (Android) and search for the Wonolo app to download. Open the app and submit all your relevant information in a matter of minutes.

For the latest information on background checks, click here.

It’s possible to get started working within a day of signing up! Exact timing depends on how quickly you complete the onboarding process (including any background check that might be required to perform the specific job you accept) as well as availability of jobs in your area.

All payments are made through the Wonolo app. You can choose whether you want to be paid directly into a bank account or debit card when onboarding. Wonoloers are paid per shift and generally receive payment 1-5 business days after a job is completed. However, in some cases payment can take longer.

Working through Wonolo empowers you to control your work schedule, gain experience trying different kinds of jobs, and earn income in a timely manner.

We understand that life events can disrupt your plans, so if you can’t make it to a job, please make sure to immediately withdraw from the job in the Wonolo app. Your opportunities to find future work through Wonolo may be limited if you fail to show up to a job or withdraw with less than 12 hours’ notice.

“Wonoloer” is a word we use to describe people finding work on the Wonolo platform. Come be part of a community!

Wonolo provides a flexible way to work where and when you want. Once you’re cleared to accept jobs, you can work anywhere Wonolo is available as long as you meet the requirements for that specific job.

Some jobs on the Wonolo app are for employment and others are for independent contractors. A Wonoloer can accept jobs posted by business seeking employees or those seeking independent contractors. Per IRS guidelines, all Wonoloers will receive the required tax documents (i.e., a 1099-MISC and/or a Form W-2) by the end of January following the year you worked.

Still have questions?

We’re here to help. Explore the help center to learn more about Wonolo.