This is going to go down at the very top of your "dream job" list—and it's a position you never knew existed. Leapforce is hiring people to test out search engines. So, if you consider yourself a Google search pro, well this could be the perfect position for you. As if getting paid to look up information online wasn't cool enough, this position had to go and add the major perks of allowing you to work from home as well as paying in the $12-$15 per hour range. If you're thinking what we're thinking—which is that this job just keeps getting better and better—then go ahead and find out more about the specific qualifications so you can see if you're a right fit for the role.
Your specific title would be search engine evaluator, and in this role you'll be testing web search functionality, videos, maps and more. You'll be gauging the usefulness of various web pages and reporting this information back. You'll work as an independent contractor from home and can choose your own hours. There are no benefits offered with this job, but it might be a good option for you if you're looking for a way to make a little extra cash on the side or if you're a stay-at-home parents who need a job with a flexible schedule.
To succeed in this position, you'll need to be highly analytical and have a love of the internet—because, well, you'll spend most of your day surfing the web. You'll also need to be able to work well independently and with little to no supervision. Remember—you may be doing online searches, but this is still a job, not free time. Aside from a passion for online culture, you'll need to have a university degree or equivalent as well as an Android phone version 4.1 or higher, Windows phone version 8.1 or higher, or an iPhone version 4s or higher, according to the job description. Sound like you could be a fit? Go on and apply on the Leapforce website! Keep in mind that once you've applied, you'll be required to pass a qualifications exam before advancing to the next level.
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If you're interested in working from home, but this doesn't sound like quite the right fit for you—not to worry. We've got plenty more where this came from, and you can check out more open positions here. This one, for example, allows you to make up to $13/hour taking pizza orders over the phone. Think you could be great at talking about pizza all day? Apply now! [H/t Penny Hoarder]