Applying for Google jobs from home is a great opportunity to work with the one of the biggest and most popular companies in the world. The pay is decent, and the work is off site, which is very convenient to those with disabilities, families or simply like the non-traditional 9-5 job. Read about these Google jobs and find a perfect match.
To get Google jobs from home, you will need:
- A computer with fast Internet connection
- Passion for researching
- A college degree
- Ads Quality Rater. This is one of Google jobs from home specifically for English speaking people who is fluent in Spanish language, and can evaluate different Google ads that is the most fitting for advertisers to make money. You will need a cover letter, resume, a four-year college degree, and great writing skills to be accepted for the position. Not only it is a good work at home job, you can work at the minimum of ten hours a week, earning a weekly paycheck. Google is partnered with WorkforceLogic, a company that hires additional staff for this temporary position.
- Search Engine Evaluator. The Search Engine Evaluator is part of Leapforce, a company also involved with Google. Search Engine Evaluators analyze and help improve web optimization on Google's search engine. Google Evaluators telecommute only from home and must have a college degree, great eye for detail, and fond of researching. To become accepted you must pass two exams prior to becoming a Search Evaluator.
- Internet Assessor. Similar to a search engine evaluator, the Internet Assessor's goal is to improve the quality of search engine results for Internet users across the globe. Internet Assessor also provides feedback based on the results found during the evaluation process. This work is a home-based position at Lionsbridge and agents spends ten to twenty hours a week performing their required duties. Anyone is able to join, from stay at home moms to retirees. As long you have a strong command for the English language and experience with web browsing, you are qualified for this position.
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