Justin89 Posted May 30, 2021 Share Posted May 30, 2021 Is anyone here aware of microjob services? I'm only aware of Amazon's Mechanical M Turk program, which lets you work small micro jobs. In order to make any money though, you need to qualify for jobs that pay more. Because most microjobs are priced by pennies. Literally, some jobs are like $0.10 per action. So in order to make a real living, you need to be getting jobs that pay at least $1 or more per task. If you can find a way to automate it, you could also have it run on its own and make a little bit of cash. Sadly, it doesn't pay well, so if you have the time to devote to it, you might find some luck here. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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