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Lionbridge Rating Program Extension – Privacy Policy Points The Lionbridge Rating Program extension is a mandatory add on for Chrome when working on the Rating Program and is needed to access our Community or Raterhub portals. Sep 25, 2009 Should I join the Lionbridge internet assessors program? With a Gmail account into the Google rating. Current Opportunities Online jobs – find the ideal fit for you. Click on your region to see a list of opportunities in your country. Lionbridge Web Content Assessor. 8 Lionbridge reviews. A free inside look at company reviews and salaries posted anonymously by employees.

Best Answer: Yes, it is legitimate. I've been doing this job for nearly 2 years and it has been a good source of additional income. They expect a minimum of 10hrs work per week, up to a maximum of 20hrs, although there is not always work available. You will have to pass an exam to get in. The rate of pay is dependent on where you live and they pay 2 months in arrears.

You will be paid in Euros, so it is advisable to open a bank account at a bank that doesn't charge a handling fee. Lionbridge administer the assessor program for Google, and all the work you do is done by logging in with a Gmail account into the Google rating site.

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I do know of a few reasons why they may reject people straight away (info I’ve picked up from other forums) but don’t know whether they’re relevant in your case. You need to have lived in your country of residence for at least 5 years. If not, they won’t even consider you.

You need to have fluent English skills (looks like you have those!). It seems to be important to have degree-level education or equivalent.

Not sure whether that’s a definite yes/no. It also seems to be important to attach your CV at the end of the application – even if you’ve already put all the info in your CV into the application form separately. I wasn’t sure whether to attach the CV as well, but in the end, I did so. I’ve read of people who didn’t do that and were rejected (although of course they may have been rejected for other reasons as well).

Having worked for certain other similar companies e.g. LeapForce, Appen Butler Hill etc can also be an instant rejection. That’s probably not a full list – perhaps someone else has more suggestions. I’m not sure whether LionBridge will allow you to reapply straight away once they reject you, but you might have luck applying to one of the other companies I mentioned, who I think also employ people globally.

Hi Georgia I’m on the Ads5 job with Lionbridge, so can only comment on task availability for that job. The issue was that the client hadn’t established a pipeline of data and instead was just uploading a few (VERY few) tasks to the tool each morning, and obviously nobody could get their hours – the number of tasks uploaded was barely enough for one person to get minimum hours, let alone a team. The email the other day explained this and said LB were confident the pipeline would be established ‘soon’. Indeed it was. Fujitsu Cobol Runtime 5.0. Large amounts of data started coming through for that task on Friday (in time to get at least minimum hours for the week, hurrah!) and are still doing g so.

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