I worked at Study.com for 5 years as a video editor and a content reviewer. And it's the kind of job that is what you make of it. You can set your own hours and do however much or little work as you choose because it's a contract position and everything is done online. However, there is no guarantee that work will be available for you at any particular time. There are many stretches of several days, sometimes weeks at a time, where the work queue would slow to a crawl. Every contractor would be fighting for dibs on the next job, and the only option would be to refresh the page every few minutes hoping to be the first one. When I chose to leave my contract position, I had managed to get maybe 2 or 3 jobs in almost 2 weeks, when my normal workflow was about 4-5 jobs a day. I wasn't able to support myself on so few hours, so I didn't renew my contract when it was up. I don't know if the amount of available work has improved since then, but things seemed to be reaching an ending point for everybody.