I began working at home about 5 to 6 years ago full time. The company I was working for outside the home closed their doors and I needed to find something to do. I was doing surveys and found them to be boring and didn’t bring in much income. I read blog after blog looking for something else to get into. I read about UHRS and decided to give it a try. It was first with another company and when that contract expired, I came to clickworker and have been here ever since.
More and more companies employ crowdsourcing for particular work processes. The Munich Airport has started its own crowdsourcing platform, and the launch project is an idea contest for a highlight event.
Ines, you are a Clickworker Support Team member and moderator in the forum clickworker lounge (Portuguese board and general questions board). You have been doing these jobs for quite some time now. Can you recall your beginnings at clickworker?
I first registered as a user in 2012, but only started really working on clickworker and participating in the forum around the end of that year. I found all the information there amazing, and I really enjoyed the environment of sharing information. When I was invited as a moderator, I was really happy to be able to help a bit further. My professional situation was really hard at that time. The company I worked for was going to close and I was going to be unemployed and clickworker was the breath of fresh air that I needed in my life. It helped me to have something to focus on rather than just sitting around feeling sorry for myself. Even though I was just working voluntarily in the beginning, I couldn’t wait to get home and read what was going on in the clickworker world.Read more
Join us on the second round of our Easter walk around the world. We are starting in northern Europe.
Oh dear, did the Easter bunny lose some coins while going through the garden? We collected 2 * 25€ for you, and want to enter them in a random drawing.