clickworker.com offers tasks to Finnish online jobbers
clickworker.com, the European market leader in the area of paid crowdsourcing is expanding its online job offers to Finnish Internet users who enjoy writing and editing.
The clickworker.com platform has been providing micro jobs in the areas of text creation, web research, translations, tagging and data categorisation for the last five years. Worldwide over 300.000 Internet users are registered on the platform. They are ready to handle any number of tasks according to their skills and preferences. An increased demand from Finnish e-commerce businesses for short product descriptions has prompted clickworker.com to offer text creation and editing jobs to Finnish Internet users.
“Online jobbing fits into today's networked and globalised world of work. The Clickworkers (Internet users registered with clickworker.com) are not dependent on a particular time or location, they can schedule an additional occupation to fit in with their studies, spare-time, work and responsibilities in accordance with their individual needs. We are delighted that in addition to the rise in the number of customers and Clickworkers, the job selection on our platform is expanding geographically too. The Finnish market still offers great potential, as the Scandinavian market in general. An increasing number of e-commerce businesses are offering their products here, and target-group-specific, this is done in the language of the country. Currently the texts required are mainly short descriptions of different products. Clickworkers can select the tasks from a variety of categories according to their skills and interests”, says Christian Rozsenich, Managing Director of clickworker.com.
IAnyone interested in writing or editing, and looking for a flexible job can register online and free of charge at clickworker.com. After qualifying as a Finnish author or editor they will be able to access suitable online job offers.
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