Numan has a master’s degree in Business Analytics and a great job as a software engineer in the insurance industry, but this hardworking bachelor from Sydney’s western suburbs says he can’t bring himself to give up the benefits of driving with Amazon Flex.

“It’s so simple and it was a friendly process right from the start,” explains Numan, who took on work as an Amazon Flex delivery partner six months ago to boost his income, and save for his future.

“It’s also easy money, and good money! I have already recommended Amazon Flex to many friends, because you can make good money in a short time and you get paid weekly. All you have to do is deliver packages to the addresses provided.”

Numan, 27, came to Australia from Pakistan four years ago to study for his master’s degree in business analytics at Charles Sturt University, and is currently saving for a trip home to see his mum, dad, brothers and sisters.

Amazon Flex Delivery Partner, Numan loading Amazon Boxes

I save the money I make as an Amazon Flex delivery partner for travelling
Numan, Amazon Flex Delivery Partner

Numan discovered Amazon Flex from a flatmate who highly recommended it as an easy source of extra income, and he says when he compared Amazon’s rates and systems to other delivery services, he found it to be the best option by far for on demand delivery work.

While he is kept busy juggling his two income streams, working four hour blocks for Amazon Flex in the mornings and working as a software engineer in the afternoons, Numan has still found time to explore his adopted country.

The devoted hiker has made hiking trips to The Blue Mountains and Hanging Rock in NSW, and hopes to tackle some even more challenging terrain in mountainous northern Pakistan when he returns home for Christmas, thanks to his Amazon Flex savings.