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TMCNet:  More than 150,000 Jobs on Mechanical Turks In November 2012 According to Forbes

[November 09, 2012]

More than 150,000 Jobs on Mechanical Turks In November 2012 According to Forbes

Boise, Idaho, Nov 09, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- According to research done in 2010 by Winter Mason and Siddharth Suri, who work for Yahoo! Research, people employed with Mechanical Turks were earning stable yearly incomes of US$30,000 and more. However, these digits have seen a major increase in November 2012, which more than 150,000 job opportunities for international workers, as reported by Forbes. This proves that Mechanical Turks is becoming an increasingly popular website on which human resource from all around the world is gathered on one platform to facilitate international hiring by lowering geographical boundaries. Mechanical Turks is fast becoming a great opportunity for people to make money online by working from home.

Amazon Mechanical Turks (also known as MTurks) is a crowd-sourcing internet marketplace on which people from all over the world can post jobs that computers cannot do. People providing the jobs are called Requesters. The jobs posted are called Human Intelligence Tasks (HITs) and include exercises such as choosing the best photograph from among a pile of photos or identifying the performers from a musical album. These tasks are presented on an interface provided by Mechanical Turks on which people, called Providers, can apply to the jobs and receive them, depending on their qualifications. This makes MTurks a popular virtual marketplace for people who are interested in making money online.

Amazon MTurks is very easy to operate. Providers have to sign up with the program using a unique username and account. They can then enter their qualifications, which are usually verified with testing done by the program. Providers apply to jobs that they find suitable, however; they cannot be forced to work on a certain project against their will. Requesters, on the other hand, fund their account and then post jobs that they need providers to do for them. Requesters employ people on contract basis, which means that they only pay for specific jobs to those people who want to make money online.

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