Any interested individuals must take and pass an online assessment before they are even considered for the position to work and complete assignments for the Smart Crowd at Lionbridge.
The exam that Lionbridge offers is the only way to determine whether an individual is a good fit or qualified for the series of tasks and job duties that they will be required to perform when they are hired. All jobs offered through Lionbridge are Internet-based job positions allowing year-round opportunities for you to work from home. For example, Lionbridge may offer jobs that include Multimedia Judge, Internet Search Administrator, Internet Assessor, and Social Media Internet Assessor.
Therefore, Lionbridge offers an excellent opportunity for those who are willing to work from home on a part-time basis.
Are all jobs part-time at Lionbridge?
Lionbridge has part-time positions where you will be required to work up to 20 hours per week. If you need more hours, there is a way that you can work 40 hours or full time for Lionbridge by reading an article that I posted on my blog entitled, “What it’s really like to work from home for Lionbridge” that you can see here. Lionbridge allows you the flexibility to work according to your own schedule as long as you meet the hourly requirement.
How much does Lionbridge pay?
The pay is over $13 per hour (depending upon the position and job requirements) and you will never have to pay any fees working for this company. If you worked just 20 hours a week at an hourly rate of $13.50 per hour, in a week’s time you will make $270 or over $1,000 a month. Earning over $1,000 a month working part-time from home is pretty decent pay.
What will be my job duties working for Lionbridge?
Essentially Lionbridge offers services to search engines to ensure that users have a pleasant experience while searching the Internet. This is where you will come in because your job will be to review and rate online advertisements found in search engine results based on the resources and tools they provide. This is exactly why the exam or testing process has been implemented to ensure that every candidate is equipped to carry out this work.
What is the Lionbridge exam really like?
The Lionbridge exam takes about one week to complete. The entire testing process may take up to two weeks. The testing process includes a pre-screening type of test. The pre-screen is helpful in preparing users for the actual test. You will definitely want to take the time to study those guidelines if you are serious about working for this company. If you take the test but are unsuccessful in passing it, it is possible to take another test at a later time.
The Lionbridge test consists of a total of 150 detailed questions. The first part of the exam consists of 24 questions. The entire Lionbridge exam takes approximately five hours to complete. The entire exam is divided into three parts. The exam is designed to provide a person with specific guidelines and skills to be able to rate the results of search engines. The Lionbridge exam has been described by some as being intense and somewhat difficult. However, others have commented that the exam is fairly easy as long as you take the time to prepare. Preparation is key when preparing for the Lionbridge exam or any exam for that matter.
What happens after I apply to Lionbridge?
It is easy to apply online through the Lionbridge website. Once you complete an online application you should be contacted within two weeks for an interview. Once the interview is conducted you should receive your test preparation materials within about a week or so.
My overall review of Lionbridge
Nancy Burgess · at
Zero Chaos will take a month to bring you on board and will terminate your job in 10 to 15 days. No exceptions. Ask anyone that has worked for them.
dana · at
hello… if we failed the test/exam? can it be taken again (when)? thank you
Dragonfly T. · at
I’ve read a review that said they read your emails & monitored your social media. Wondering how common that is? Thanks.
aw1219 · at
I would say that monitoring your social media accounts if very common for work at home employers. Not sure about the emails but you could ask others on our Facebook Group Workersonboard Community here.