The jobs of the future are already popping up. Taskrabbit is a San Francisco-based startup, with operations in Boston, LA, and soon, New York, that organizes people to run errands. For a fee, the company’s ‘taskrabbits’ will pick up busy people’s laundry, groceries, set up Ikea furniture, paint your house, and more.There are other start ups like this. Airbnb (Air Bed & Breakfast) is a popular apartment sharing platform on the web that makes it easy to find a place to stay while traveling, or swap apartments for a vacation. As with any start up, there have been problems, but the concept is sound.It’s not a bad business, even for the taskrabbits — the company says some earn $5000 a month. Check out a NYT article about them here.The key to success in the future is what it has always been: figure out how to get people what they want at a price they can pay. For those who have eyes to see, the streets are paved with gold.