4 Full Remote Work Companies with No Interviews - No Background Checks - No Experience Needed - No Boss - AND Completely Flexible Schedule. ✅👍
Ok, so where is the catch right? Unlike many youtubers who always keep the bad stuff for the end, lets get to that right away:
Pay rate isn't great: $11-14/hr But who can say its not a super opportunity for all those in a tight financial situation, an ex felony issue, or having a super hard time landing an interview?
Companies: They are in the Artificial Intelligence field:
Appen - Telus International - WeLocalize - UHRS
What’s the job about:
- Many available tasks: Evaluating websites to ensure they meet certain quality criteria and match the web search query
- Evaluating the web query itself: correcting erroneous or incomplete queries so the automated systems from Google, Microsoft etc show better results.
- Evaluating website and social media ads and posts
- Evaluating and transcribing Speech to Text files. You evaluate the naturalness of audio files and/or transcribe them.
- More complex linguistics projects.
- No experience needed, it’s easy peasy. For most projects, you just need a High School Diploma. They dont check it though.
- For more complex projects they do require a matching degree and they check it.
- General sign up- May take a few weeks for Appen to approve you. I found the others were faster.
- Pick a project: Very fortunately, there are always many available.
- Study the Guides that come with each project
- Pass an “Open Book” quiz
- Some of these companies require you to pass a simple English test.
- If you pass you start onboarding. It can take weeks before you actually start working, it depends on how many people are on that project's roster and their manager’s efficiency.
TIP 1 for those afraid of online quizzes: you can find many of the project's answers in ….. 🥁🥁... REDDIT!
Still, its much better to study the guide because anyway, you will need to know how to do your task once you begin production, plus its very easy👍
TIP 2 To start working the earliest possible
Human nature is such that we always seek the easy way out… so when on those websites, most people apply for the projects appearing in the first pages…
START your search on page 5-6 AND PICK a project you feel is the biggest pain in the rear. Most other people will avoid them and thats YOUR OPPORTUNITY. The projects manager will onboard and get you to work much quicker😎👍
- Most projects require anywhere from 10 to 20 hrs weekly. You choose when to work.
Although you have no direct boss overlooking your work on a daily basis, this is no party. Your work is being regularly monitored for accuracy by other audit workers and after 3 big policy infringements you’re out of the project** If that repeats on your second project, you will be terminated.
My experience working in 3 of the 4 companies is that they are pretty flexible with common mistakes. And if you have a doubt about an issue its best to contact the audit team before they contact you with a flag…
In all 4 companies,. you can choose to work on several projects.
Overall best company for me I find Telus International has more difficult quizzes with longer guides to study but they pay a bit more (14), I loved that they are super organized ( Not so for Appen) and they also have customer service roles.
As always, I hope this helped someone👍
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I'm telling you the truth...(Must Read Without Failure.)
So many people are still looking for jobs, both high and low and wherever they go.
Guess what? They are still looking with nothing in sight from miles away.
Understanding, how to optimize your job search makes all the difference in the world. Then, everything else seemingly falls-in-place.
I Believe You Can...!
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Here’s a video of warehouse employees demonstrating what a material handler does on a day to day basis. To me these are more like order fillers as opposed to material handlers. I used to be a material handler in 2007 for a company that manufactured adult diapers and hospital pads. I used to have to supply the machine operator with the four materials he needed to manufacture these goods. It was a real easy job because I supplied him with 2-4 hours worth of material to keep him busy while I put away the product he was manufacturing.
I started off just packing the diapers than one night I walked up to the shipping supervisor and asked him if I could move up to a material handler position. I told him I have forklift experience and would learn the job duties quickly with no problem. I demonstrated that I could drive a forklift and the following day I was hired on as a material handler with a $3 per hour pay increase. Don’t be afraid to ask your supervisor to move up or move to another department. Always remember closed mouths don’t get fed. Take your shot, worst they can say is no, but you’ll leave an imprint in their mind for any future opportunities.
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I'm telling you the truth...(Must Read.)
Unknowingly, people let life pass them by like a strong breeze in time. Then, they suffer in years to come.
Don't let this happen to you.
Learn to ask for what you want in life, then it becomes easier recognize as things are coming your way.
I Believe You Can...!
Restaurants are confronted with issues such as increased food costs, narrow business margins, and political instability. 💰 With millennials being the largest group since the baby boomers, 👩🏽👨🏻🦱 they will find it challenging to achieve the ten-year mark. Long-term operators and industry experts agree that a diversified approach is required to thrive.
• Make your social media presence better. 🤳🏼
• Jonathan Segal and Celeste Fierro, leaders of The One Group, emphasize the significance of a positive dining atmosphere and social aspects to attract customers.
• Update your kid’s menu.
• By integrating food inventory, procurement, and accounting demands, and alerting for inventory levels with one-click ordering, digital inventory management technologies aid mom and pop eateries.
• Restaurant room appearance is critical, and changes may improve attitudes and attract new customers. Packaged with menu promotions, it is possible to recuperate expenditures.
• Dinner-only restaurants need to have their hours extended because they are responsible for paying rent and utilities whether the company is open or not.
Please, share your thoughts or experiences in the comments section below. 👇🏻
Acute Care Nures Practitioner In the face of rising food costs, slim profit margins, and economic uncertainty, achieving a decade of success in the restaurant industry can be challenging, especially with the millennial demographic becoming the largest consumer group since the baby boomers. To thrive in the long term, industry veterans and experts suggest adopting a diversified business strategy.
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