Find a job within the distribution of newspapers and periodicals
You are self-employed and looking for an extra income? We are always interested by new profiles.
What do I need to do?
What do I need to do? You pick up the newspapers in one of our depot between 2 am and 3.30 am every day (except Sundays and public holidays) and begin the delivery rounds contractually agreed between us. You receive a set of stickers you have to put on every newspaper or magazine subscribers have to receive. It is very important that all products are delivered by 7.30 am, so you will need to plan and prepare your route very well. You must put your own itinerary together but will receive from PPP a streetmap of your delivery round. The main thing is that subscribers receive their newspaper or magazine on time for breakfast.
You need a vehicle and a mobile phone and you have to be able to get up quite early.
What can you invoice?
It depends mainly of the volume to be distributed. You can normally expect to earn between €500 and €1.000 per month.
As a deliverer you will be self-employed as your main occupation or be self-employed to earn a supplementary income. What does this mean for you in terms of tax?
- You have to pay social security contributions that depend on your income.
- A number of tax deductions are possible.
If this extra income appeals you, but you would like some more information before deciding? Fill in the contact form above and we will get in touch with you to schedule an appointment with our local responsible.