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Everyone is being forced out, revenue issues, lots of layoffs right now and now work.

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That depends on how fast you are, based on my experience its ~ $5/hr after you write it, edit it, editors send it back to you for numerous revisions, then once they approve and pay for the lesson, the management willsend it back again to you three mo. later for more revisions without any pay even though everything was already approved.....have fun!

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2-3 weeks in my exp. THen you find you went through all the steps only for no work and little pay when there is barely any work (lucky if theres work).

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They need to improve comm about internal issue affecting freelancers but they don't care they just layoff or don't renew contracts without any warning so they treat feelancers like garbage.

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Question experts choose from a huge database of questions asked by students in order to help them understand difficult topics from class. Depending on your area of expertise, you may be helping step through an inequality word problem, explaining the concept of net present value, or listing ways to identify common types of figurative language. You choose when you work and how much work you want to do.

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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.

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