The amount of hearing opportunities you receive will depend upon the volume of each office.
The hearing volume varies across the United States.
As a VHR records hearings and takes LIVE notes for the Social Security Administration's Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR), this role is not one that can be done from home.
Answered by Carmazzi Global Solutions
You can get as much work as you like if you are willing to commute. This is not work you can do from home.
Answered - VHR (Former Employee) - Little Rock, AR
I typically get 9-10 Hearing dates per month.
The hearing offices have much work available. What they are not telling is that it depends on how low your bid is. If its $20.00 or lower they will give you more work. But do not expect to get paid however low your bid is. The company is a big scan. Many VHR have lost there homes, cars, credit scores decline waiting for this company to pay.