Most businesses also require that you pay something.
Time is your most valuable a.sset. Most people on here that work a job get paid for their time at work, not their productivity. Trading hours for dollars. You can always get more money, you can NEVER get more time. I'd rather waste $500 than 5 hours of my life, but that's just me.
If you can meet the qualifications, and have the time to work the system, it does sound like a good opportunity for some extra cash.
$3,200 in two months is good money, but without residual income, you gonna have to continue to commit that time and effort indefinitely to keep the money coming in.
Not knocking the hustle, but I like opportunities/businesses that allow you to build an a.sset, and then let it work for you. Leapforce seems more like a job, which is also fine. Keep up the good work.
I agree. I mean I know there's alot of people where this is their main job. I wouldn't recommend that to anyone. I'm a CPA working as a Auditor for the state. This was just something to have some side money.
FWIW the thing about time worked vs productivity......I bill for every hour I work so that's not really an issue. I guess they just need some way of making sure that everyone is actually working those hours. For anyone in this program, they really should have no problem finishing tasks within the allotted time.