This is a real job, not another scam, if you’ve ever been looking for a part-time job or something else you’ve been looking for through search engines like me! It’s hard for me to find – most places want to charge you a fee, and it’s a bit unknown until you split your cash if it’s for investigative opportunities, secret shoppers, or some other computer function.
Fortunately, I’m happy to say that I’ve found three businesses, and I’m sure it’s legal not to ask you to pay any fees in advance and to hire and hire real people from a comfortable home.
Most of these efforts are related to web search, in particular, research and research evaluation, and the growth of businesses such as Google and Bing.
If you’ve ever wondered how Google understands and corrects words that mispelling sins, or how Bing.com does a thorough search for the keywords I’m looking for and the original intent. People like you and I who work through mistakes are fine every day, really enhancing the search for engine queries to make things better for everyone who looks on the Internet. These are more part-time family jobs, and now they have the chance to work 40 hours a week, but most of the people I’ve seen are really those who want to work 2-3 hours a day. I’ve seen companies start at about $13 an hour in terms of wages, starting at $34 an hour for the most experienced individuals.
But let me be clear, these things are not a walking cake – I have done some work and it is a very detailed guidance job that must be very specific to answer and enhance these query search questions.
Company exams are very challenging, and most individuals do not pass the open book exam and are not permitted to take the test again unless they give you a special exception.
So, let’s make the first 3 choices:
1. Leon Bridge, a global company dedicated to the translation, development and testing of solutions to help clients around the world. It has offices in Belgium, Canada, China, Finland, France, Germany, India, Italy, and other places. Total income was $428 million in 2011.
2. LeapForce – a company founded in 2008 that recruits companies such as Google to recruit more than 200,000 independent contractors who can set their own home schedules as long as every 30 days they complete 200 evaluation tasks. Their test scores are tough, but if you want to earn some extra cash, this is a great opportunity!
3. A global company focused on computer linguistics, acoustics and acoustics, terminology, lexicon, collection of materials, and language testing, Abyan Butler Hill.