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Qualification test for image annotation HITs - $0.10
$ / hour
00:00:00 / completion time
ProsThis is a qualification HIT so I've left the hourly unrated as I wouldn't expect it to be as well paying as the normal HITs, but it specifies the main HITs will pay $0.05 per image task, which I think will be fair once accustomed to the tasks.
The qual is for a well known Requester who almost always pays generously for the work.
You can reverse image search the images on Google to get some brainstorming ideas going.
The task itself is fairly straightforward and if you can get into a good flow of writing what you see it shouldn't take too much time.
Only have to complete 1 HIT to be eligible for the qualification.
Very long time so no stress to complete it.
ConsThe qualification task itself is underpaid.
Directions could include more examples and have better formatting.
The HIT is almost entirely creative writing. Though short it can be difficult to keep a decent pace depending on the image and how difficult it is to describe.
Daily Survey (Morning) (Fixed) - $1.00
$18.85 / hour
00:03:11 / completion time
Pros$18/hour guaranteed 2x/day for over a week.
This is a study being run through this Requester's account (they're kind of a known mTurk middle-man of sorts) but the Requester themselves are communicative if issues arise so its a nice setup.
ConsThere is a CAPTCHA to start the survey, which is supposed to be a week (maybe 2?) long study. So, huge negative points there because its honestly just annoying.
Some of the questions are absurd & it asks for your worker ID like 3 times.
You get penalized on hourly depending on your answers, which I really hate.
Intro survey for daily study - $1.50
$13.37 / hour
00:06:44 / completion time
ProsOverall, through your participation you can earn up to $15 for completing all the surveys as detailed below:
Initial survey: $1.5
Workday surveys: $7.5 for completing all the workday surveys ($1.5*5=7.5 workday surveys)
Bonus: $6 bonus for completing more than 90% of the workday surveys (i.e., complete 9 or more workday surveys)