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There will be times when you will be able to pick up on as many hours that are within company policy but then there will be times where they will need to take away hours so word of advice NEVER relay on Modsquad as your only source of income. Let it be a side gig

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Be honest about your skills and availability. The interview is pretty simple just be yourself.

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You can sign up for any hours that are available. Some projects it as much as you can handle, the others you are fighting for scraps with everyone else and are lucky to get 40 hours in an entire month. If something pops up and its greater than 2 weeks before your day/hours come up in the schedule you can usually drop it without it hurting you but within 2 weeks you are fully committed to any hours you sign up for unless you can have someone confirm and pick them up for you so no Sick-time, Paid Time Off or anything like that. You miss a shift and you can be at the bottom of the totem pole

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I applied on their website and at that time they were hiring for Mod Contractors then after a week I received an email for a phone interview. My interview went well and was hired on later that day.

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Pretty laid back but like as someone stated below you clock in and clock out. As long as you do what your suppose to do everything is a breeze.

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A standard mod will never get a raise, there is a lottery chance you can move up the food chain to a team lead and get a couple extra bucks an hour but I wouldn't expect that unless you have ate what little the company gave you for years.

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Depends on the project, some projects you can pickup 40+ hours a week. Some you are fighting for scraps with everyone else. Other weeks your project is dead and you are scrambling for a new project with zero hours for several weeks.

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This is the first work at home job I actually like to do. The leads are very nice and helpful.

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Every job is different. It could be the same day, or a month later.

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Its not a good feeling knowing you could loose you job at any times because management doesn't train you well then blames you. .

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