Trial By Data Wage History
Top Worker Reviews
Jury Study(~ 60 minutes) - $10.00
$5.37 / hour
01:51:49 / completion time
Prosreading the court cases is interesting and the pay is low but not hugely out of line. could possibly be done more quickly but since attention checks are included it isn't reasonable to just skim. takes well over an hour for only $10.
Consthis is my third trial for this requester and i have communicated with him in some detail. he believes he is leaving plenty of time but i have been down to 5 min on each of the three. actually first one timed out on me and i didn't get paid. explained to him the way hits aren't always started immediately and the clock isn't long enough. rather than choosing to change anything he just added a note to the instructions indicating you should start immediately after accepting the hit. he didn't understand me or didn't care. i did another one just to double check myself on time and found it to be the same - barely enough if you're careful to not run over. i'll work for this guy when nothing else is going on but i'm not impressed with him. also appears to have completely ripped off another requester's jury hits -- practically word for word. very classy,..
Advice to Requesterinclude a longer clock or a shorter hit. i'm a quick reader and in three of these hits i've been down to the wire. what's the big rush? pay more if you want to rush us unnecessarily.
Mock Jury Study (~ 40 minutes) - $7.10
$15.01 / hour
00:28:23 / completion time
ProsPay rate is okay, if it pays.
ConsEdit: Approved fairly quickly. I don't think it's actually Empirical Jury though since their regular account is currently active with their normal system/format. EJ has also never approved within 30 minutes.
Old: New requester. Be careful with this one. Unless it's inexplicably Empirical Jury adjacent, it has basically plagiarized the wording and format of all Empirical Jury studies, word for word, except in Qualtrics instead of Surveymonkey. The content itself is shorter/simpler than most Empirical Jury studies. No consent form data. URL says it's from Arizona State University.
Jury Research Study(~ 60 minutes) - $10.00
$20.48 / hour
00:29:18 / completion time
Cons"It was the combination that was dangerous. Assume this is true for a moment (even if you don’t agree in this case). What is a metaphor for this? What is something like this, where two things are connected or used together in a way that they become a unit? They become connected enough that is more fair to think of them together, instead of apart?"
So they have graduated from simply asking for a metaphor and/or a bumper sticker to....this.
Advice to RequesterPlease John stop trying to be creative with the prompts. Most of the time it's nonsense and frustrating to answer. Please take a second look at your prompts and make them easier to answer. They are not thought provoking but rather just so out there that they are hard to answer.