Information on Search Engine Evaluator Jobs for Leapforce

Internet assessors are hired to rate webpages and websites. Basically for webmasters who are ranking on the first page of Google they will be moderated for quality, relevancy and and correctness to the search query they just made.

This type of position is similar to mystery shoppers who evaluate retail stores for customer service, cleanliness and company policies.

In this case a rater will have a checklist of items to see if the site they are visiting measures up to the high standards of the Google Guidelines Handbook.

Such things as appropriate, useful, excellent, good, poor or bad. To get hired you will need to be a University student or a stay at home mom or dad.

Lionbridge is another company that hires internet assessors to conduct these quality assurance tests on ranking websites.

When you apply for the position you will need to pass a online examination, then you will have some requirements to follow such as knowing how to use the Firefox web browser.

Also you will need an internet connection and your own personal computer. This is a part-time job and perfect for students.

Your hourly rate can vary starting at $10 dollars an hour. These evaluations will be used to help make the search engine pages better.

Find out more about these occupations at the following links:

Lionbridge: Lionbridge offers more opportunities for internet assessor jobs outside the United States.

ADP Employment Report For September 2011

The recent report released discusses how there have been more jobs added to the economy:

Private-sector employment increased by 91,000 from August to September on a seasonally adjusted basis, according to the latest ADP National Employment Report® released today.  The ADP National Employment Report, created by Automatic Data Processing, Inc.

(ADP®), in partnership with Macroeconomic Advisers, LLC, is derived from actual payroll data and measures the change in total nonfarm private employment each month.  The estimated advance in employment from July to August was revised down only slightly to 89,000 from the initially reported 91,000.

U.S. Nonfarm Private Employment Highlights – September, 2011 Report:

Small businesses: +60,000

Medium businesses: +36,000

Large businesses:  -  5,000

Goods-producing sector:+ 1,000

Service-providing sector: + 90,000

Manufacturing industry:  -  5,000

Total employment: +91,000

According to today’s ADP National Employment Report, employment in the nonfarm private business sector rose 91,000 from August to September on a seasonally adjusted basis.

Employment in the private, service-providing sector rose 90,000 in September, up slightly from an increase of 83,000 in August.  Employment in the private, goods-producing sector rose a scant 1,000 in September, while manufacturing employment declined by 5,000.

“Like August, this month’s jobs report continues to show modest job creation,” said Gary C. Butler, Chief Executive Officer of ADP. “The number of jobs added to the private sector in August and September were virtually identical.

Once again, the small business services-sector led the way, contributing almost two-thirds of all new jobs. Small businesses overall showed positive growth for the 22nd straight month and averaged 73,000 jobs a month for the past 12 months. Professional business services, education and healthcare, and leisure services led all other sectors in new jobs added.”

According to Joel Prakken, Chairman of Macroeconomic Advisers, LLC, “Today’s ADP National Employment Report suggests that employment grew moderately in September.

The recent trend in private employment, as indicated by the ADP National Employment Report, remains moderate, and probably is below a pace consistent with a stable unemployment rate.  Moderate growth in employment is consistent with the recent deceleration of GDP.” 

Prakken continued: “Employment on medium payrolls those with 50 to 499 workers rose 36,000 and employment on large payrolls those with 500 or more workers declined 5,000.  Employment in the construction industry fell 2,000 in September, partially reversing a rise of 7,000 in August.

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Mid-Life Career Change Ideas

Are you a seasoned worker? Thinking of changing careers? Here are some ideas to help you make the transition during a tough economy.

Finding a new job can be challenging in a good economy but when there is a crisis and companies are downsizing, laying off workers and cutting spending budgets it could look rather bleak.

The good thing is that you have skills and experience that can be assets to the right hiring manager. It is important to not lose site of your capabilities, just because you are in midlife does not mean you can not re-invent yourself.

Become a consultant in your industry, learn a new trade, turn your strengths into a small business venture.  Change is good and now you have the opportunity to work in a career that you will truly enjoy.

To do this you will first need to write down your goals and set up a daily, weekly and monthly action plan. This will help you stay focused and be organized. Preparation will make it possible for you to stay miles ahead of all those people looking for work.

Look at your hobbies and interests and find ways to turn them into a monthly income. Can you earn from your skills? Yes you can figure out how to fill that need from the vast amount of groups of people needing your services.

Update your skills and learn something new, this will always be a great way to try out a new field or industry that needs employees.

Technology is growing and so is the medical field, look for ways to take your knowledge from previous jobs and put them into a resume highlighting your value.

The sky is the limit meaning you have unlimited potential and should look at being a seasoned worker as a good thing.

Going After Your Dream Job

It can be scary to leave a career that you have been at for so many years, even if you are in a managerial position and earning good wages it could not be satisfying to you. Should you jump ship and start all over in a more exciting job instead? Well it will depend on your circumstances but do not let others opinions of what you can or can not do, stop you from following your dreams.

Using Your Transferable Skills

The great thing about having real world experience is that you do not have to start over in a entry-level job. Actually you can market your skills that you have obtained over the years in your prior jobs and lead the pack with your new one. Look for positions that will give you the flexibility that you seek while paying you a rewarding salary.

Change Your Mindset on What You Can Achieve

Re-think the way you feel about your abilities to try something new and experience a brighter and more rewarding occupation. Believe in yourself and maintain a positive attitude, this is what will keep you going and focused on your goals. Avoid those people who are not supporting you in your efforts and stick with those who will help you achieve what you desire.

Understand the job outlook of your chosen profession, see if it is experiencing job growth and do some projections of where you can see yourself heading in the next 5 to 10 years. Be prepared for change and allow yourself to get used to the new daily routine and environment.

Learn Who You Are and What You Want

You would assume that at midlife you would know yourself pretty well. Often times we do not know what we are good at doing. Although we have spent the last few years in the same profession it may not be where our true strengths and abilities are, and this is why it is important to find out how you can take your creativity make a difference in the world.