Other Online Jobs
This area is basically a listing of jobs that don't really fit any where else. As far as I can tell, they are free and legitimate. However
as I always say, use your own head. Also, if you've been ripped off by or find out anything about these companies, please let me know.
I have signed up with them and am waiting for an assignment from them. I will let you know more when I can. Apparently, they
employ jurors to review legal cases online and provide feedback to attorneys. One case takes approximately 20-60 minutes and the pay
varies from $20 to $60. You need to be at least 18 and a U.S. citizen.
Google hires through a company called
. They are currently looking for part-time quality raters and ad quality raters. You need a high-speed internet connection,
web research skills, and good written communication skills. A graduate degree and work authorization is also required for quality raters.
You may be required to take a test to qualify. After applying, it could take several weeks before you receive a reply from Google. I have
heard that training and testing is intense.
Amazon Mechanical Turk
Amazon Mechanical Turk web service hires individuals to complete Human Intelligence Tasks (HITS). The amount varies for each task.
Higher valued HITS require qualifications usually determined through testing. The total balance in the account can paid can be transferred
to a US bank account or to an Amazon account. I am still investigating this job.
I wasn't going to place this on any of my pages, but then it was featured on Good Morning America (on October 2, 2006). I am still investigating
this site. One of my main concerns is why the only way you can become a ChaCha Guide is if you receive an invitation from another guide. I've asked
why this is, but the guides won't tell me. Your pay starts out at $5 per search
hour. That means you only get paid when you are helping someone.
All the hours in between that you are available but not helping are unpaid. I will let you know more when I know more.