Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Study.com.
Not having enough work
The site advertises on many freelance job websites, or you can apply directly on their own. Fill out a short form and attach your resume, as well as complete a few short writing tests. In two to three weeks, they will respond if you've been hired. You will need to complete a practice article before being approved for every work guideline.
Hire people as full employees instead of freelance, have more dependable staff members to accommodate the stated flexibility of hours, offer more opportunities for advancement within the company instead of simply moving people around the same level.
They pay 12$ per assignment. The assignments are advertised as taking only 30-45 minutes but that is a flat out lie. They require a 400 word minimum, images and image searches, independent research, and time stamps on every flashcard that links back to the information EXACTLY (or 2 seconds before-depends on who you ask). guidelines are inconsistent as are the reviewers. Reviewers are paid hourly so they are incentivized to pick apart assignments and their instructions are all over the place. Honestly, each assignment takes at least 2.5 hours, probably 3. So flashcard writers make WAY less than the federal minimum wage and WAY WAY less than the California minimum wage, which is where they're based.