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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Legitimate Work-at-home Job Opportunity

This post has absolutely nothing to do with silver.!

There are several people among my friends and family who are unemployed or underemployed. To help weather the storm, many of them have been looking for part-time work. This is an opportunity I've run across and one person in my family has successfully secured employment. I post the information here simply as a public service to help anyone out there who needs work.

This opportunity involves working at home at your computer on your own schedule. The pay is $13.50 per hour.

This is not a scam like about 99% of the work-at-home "opportunities" you find on the web. It does not require any cash investment on your part. It does require an investment of 20 to 40 hours to get through the application and testing process. The reason it takes so long is you really have to study for the tests. You won't be paid for this time.

Here are the basic requirements:
  • Have in-depth, up-to-date familiarity with American social culture, media, and web culture
  • Excellent comprehension and written communication skills in English
  • Broad range of interests, with specific areas of expertise a plus
  • University degree or equivalent experience (degrees in-progress are acceptable). Advanced degrees a plus
  • Excellent web research skills and analytical abilities.
  • Ability to work independently under minimal supervision
  • Possess a high speed Internet connection (DSL, Cable Modem, etc.)
Successful applicants will be treated as contractors. They will receive form 1099 at the end of the year for tax purposes (not a W-2). That means workers have to pay their full Social Security taxes when they file their income tax returns. ("W-2" employees get half these taxes paid by their employers.)

The company you would be working for is a contractor for Google. There are many types of tasks a worker performs but most involve evaluating web sites in some way.

Based on the experience of the family member who works for this company, the application process is demanding and so is the work. So, if you want to try this, be ready to devote full attention to the process.

The place to start is here: Leapforce.

Good luck!

3 comments:

Robbie Newcomer said...

I have a coffee set from Wm. Rodger that has an eagle before his name and a star after. I have the coffee pot, sugar bowl with lid and creamer. How do I find out the design name and value of these pieces?

Silver Jim said...

This is in response to Robbie.

It's difficult to find patterns for older hollowware sets like this. I usually go to sites like www.replacements.com and look at the pictures. However, this is often not successful.

As you search, look under Oneida and International Silver. These companies took over most of the many Rogers brands.

I imagine this set is made of silver plate and probably does not have a high value.

R. Hart said...

I think a pay scale of $13.50/hr is an insult given that the work would be servicing a contractor to a large, successful, ever-growing, and financially resource-rich corporation such as Google.