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Lionbridge

Lionbridge enables more than 800 world-leading brands to increase international market share, speed adoption of products and effectively engage their customers in local markets worldwide. Using our innovative cloud technology platforms and our global crowd of more than 100,000 professional cloud workers, we provide detail-critical business processes, including translation, online marketing, global content management and application testing solutions, that ensure global brand consistency, local relevancy and technical usability across all touch points of the customer lifecycle. Based in Waltham, Mass., Lionbridge maintains solution centers in 27 countries.

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Anonymous

I applied multiple times and no one ever contacted me if they would hire me or pass me by. I feel this job offer is not real. I see it all the time but never seem to qualify? Cut me a break.

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Janet Zofchak

I love this job as a Social Media Evaluator, it is so easy and fun evaluating social media ads from home. You can do it while you eat your breakfast! jz

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Janet Zofchak

I love this job as a Social Media Evaluator, it is so easy and fun evaluating social media ads from home. You can do it while you eat your breakfast! jz

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Jerry Lassiter

After working for the company for a couple of weeks I would get an "atta boy" email followed by an email that said my evaluations were too similar??? No specific recommendations on how to improve. I got a couple of pats on the back and a couple of the "too similar" notices and was told they would not be using me because my answers were too similar. I was evaluating information on 5 multiple choice questions and a written answer. It is true many of my answers were similar because I evaluated them as being similar. I believe the purpose of this type of job is simply to gather information for a customer to use to call it a poll based on a certain world view so they could use the statistics to support their world view. People who do not share their world view and evaluate the ads in that vein are eliminated from the program so as not to skew the results in the wrong direction.

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Anonymous

I applied for a work at home position. Never heard back. About a month later I got an email from someone who said that they had a job working 1 hour a day, 5 days a week and it needed a computer. I replied I was interested. I never heard back so I followed up. The woman told me I couldn't work on that specific job because I had worked on a previous job with Lionbridge (which is false I was never even hired or offered a job).

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Anonymous

So far I worked 2.5 hours. In 4 weeks. Their software worked for 2 days, then they told me I needed to do work I wasn't paid for to use the software correctly. I can't say more as there is an NDA.Suffice it to say they wanted me to be online A LOT. I was stoked to get the job, but very quickly disappointed. They are age frienndly in that they hired me, but not age friendly in that seem to want me to work for no pay.

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Jerry Lassiter

I am an almost 75yo male and was hired with no problem.

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Anonymous

I applied, they sent me all the forms and told me I would start and then never heard from them again.

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Anonymous

Love this work! Reason why only 4 stars is because I wish I could have more hours.

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Anonymous

Great part time job. I can work from home in my pj's if I want. Only a few hours a week helps pay for those little extras.

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Anonymous

Can do it whenever you want up to 20 hours a week. Not hard work.

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