Freelancing Jobs Helping My Teaching Profession
A Facebook meme says, “We work to live, not to die. Take a break when you feel you need it,” speaks true to all professions. Some take part time jobs but receiving high compensation and there are some who are in full time jobs but being underpaid. Even in our profession as teachers, we need to take a break when we feel we need to. Working eight hours a day, facing 50 to 100 students a day, with different personalities and temperaments, is a real pain to ones ass, even not mentioning power tripping school head and colleagues. For sure, I’m not the only one who experiences these.
It’s almost three years that I am with the new trend being one with the online community of freelancers and regular workers in different companies. Working at my own pace, time and space somehow create a healthy working attitude and environment as a freelancer without affecting my efficiency as a regular classroom teacher. I don’t want to brag about my online career but I want to share my job with you.
As an Independent Consultant of Appen Global, I’ve been performing social media evaluation, reviewing and rating social media content using a web application to support measurement of data relevance and evaluating online web content according to detailed criteria. I got easy jobs with real higher pay than what I get from my regular 8-hour per day task as a school teacher. I receive my salary thru Payoneer. You can find some of what I do at my freelancing page.
Here’s the challenge. As a teacher, I would like you to take a break from your regular work. Take freelancing jobs as de-stressors, while earning and enjoying higher compensation and benefits. Have you received compensation while spending much time, or shall I say, wasting your time, with social network accounts and online games? Why don’t you use your online presence for creativity as you learn new skills and, of course, being well-compensated?
Click the link now and apply as a freelancer to break the cycle. Become an Internet Analyst at Appen.com/careers. As an Internet Analyst, you may participate in a number of different evaluation projects, including web search, video evaluation, maps, local, automation projects, etc. Provide feedback and evaluation of various data sets, often by measuring the relevance and usefulness of web pages in correlation to predefined queries, by providing a comparative analysis of sets of results and various other techniques.
What are you waiting for? Be one of us!
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