High volume number of tasks, low volume of income
At Appen, I was asked to perform various tasks and make judgments on certain subjects. These assignments were numerous but never paid more than 30 cents at the most. There was no hourly wage but a performance wage based on completing an insane amount of tasks. Many times, I would have to complete 10 tasks correctly to earn even one dollar. They hired me as a social media evaluator but I spent most of my time being evaluated by them. If I made a judgment they disagreed with, I was kicked off the assignment. These assignments were very subjective, comparing two web searches and determining which one was better.
Too many work tasks, too less cash earned