Since 1976 we have been providing survey and market research to over 300 corporations, non-profit organizations, government agencies, public officials and professional associations. The company conducts public attitude surveys, focus groups, demographic studies and market research for development projects, publications, business groups, banks, communities and country clubs.
You will be working as a telephone interviewer doing direct research by calling individuals and asking them to participate in a telephone survey. You will then read them the questions and fill in their responses on-line through our website. The list of people you will call, as well the questionnaire will all be handled through our site.
The normal calling hours are 5:30-9:30 pm (EST), Monday through Friday, 10 am to 2 pm (EST) on Saturday, and 12 to 9:30 pm (EST) on Sunday.
Most of the projects you will be working on are political – asking people who they would vote for in specific elections, how they feel about candidates, issues, etc. Occasionally you may do work on a market research project for a newspaper, bank, or other type of business. We also do some direct surveys for state and local governments.
You will be working on a contract basis, which means you’ll be paid for each interview you complete. The rate per interview varies depending upon the length of the survey. For example, some projects might pay you $5 per completed interview. We anticipate you should be able to do 3 to 4 of these per hour. Longer surveys may pay you 6,7, or 8 dollars, but you may only be able to do 2 to 3 an hour.
At this point interviewers on the system are making $13.25 to $25.00 per hour.
As a contractor, you will be responsible for the cost of phone calls, so you’ll need to have an inexpensive, unlimited long distance calling plan on your phone.
In summary, to do this work you will need:
1. Access to a computer with high speed (DSL or cable) internet access.
2. A quite place to work where you will not be disturbed.
3. A land line, cell phone, or Voice over IP phone line with an inexpensive, unlimited calling plan.
4. We recommend having a caller ID block put on your phone so that people you are calling don’t have your personal number.
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