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Re: Lionbridge Application
« Reply #15 on: December 13, 2014, 12:40:04 PM »
I was denied for my Lionbridge application  :-\ I have a pretty impressive resume and I am not sure what it was that they did not like. I read somewhere that they do not allow people to work for other similar companies at the same time and I listed Mturk and TranscribeMe on my resume as current so I think that's what did me in. I will try again in 6 months and list them as prior employment.

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Re: Lionbridge Application
« Reply #16 on: June 25, 2015, 10:06:37 AM »
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I was denied for my Lionbridge application  :-\ I have a pretty impressive resume and I am not sure what it was that they did not like. I read somewhere that they do not allow people to work for other similar companies at the same time and I listed Mturk and TranscribeMe on my resume as current so I think that's what did me in. I will try again in 6 months and list them as prior employment.

Sorry about quoting such an old post but this is still relevant for me.

I'd have assumed that if Lionbridge had qualms about you currently working for, say, Mturk, they would not have rejected the application outright. The 'don't bother asking about applications' policy is annoying but I do understand where that comes from -- I mean, they must receive thousands of applications regularly. But working for a competitor is experience that should actually be helpful for Lionbridge candidates (at least theoretically). Perhaps they would stress that if you were to take a job with them, you'd have to drop your current 'competitor' job. Then again, perhaps logic is a not a factor here.
I did something similar, but I did mention in my application that I'd be willing to drop Clickworker if I got into a better project.

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Re: Lionbridge Application
« Reply #17 on: January 27, 2016, 03:43:23 PM »
I received an email telling me to make sure my application was up to date because they're hiring. Well I haven't heard anything back since then, that was this morning. So I hope I hear something soon.

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Re: Lionbridge Application
« Reply #18 on: March 02, 2016, 02:42:36 AM »
How difficult is it to break in to Lionbridge? Has anyone been hired and what tips can you provide to those who are interested to try this opportunity?


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Re: Lionbridge Application
« Reply #19 on: April 12, 2016, 09:24:59 AM »
I have posted in the other thread as well and I don't want to repeat everything, but they are a company like any other. If they take their time before responding to your application it might be because they received thousands of applicants or that they do not have the right job for your skillset right away. I applied, completed my assessments and signed my contracts all within 10 days.

They are a professional company and just because they hire over the internet does not mean they have to lower their application criteria. Here is a link to my other post for reference. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

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Re: Lionbridge Application
« Reply #20 on: April 19, 2016, 07:26:32 PM »
From what I could understand Lionbridge is a legit company that offer a real working position from home rather than freelance work. I have never tried to apply because I was overwhelmed by the strict set of rules and I wasn't sure I would be able to complete the assessments. But reading what you have written, I think I will give it a try, it seems like they offer a very good salary and I could use the extra money. Basically I'll need to send them my resume and wait to hear from them. Then if they think if I'm good enough to work for their company, they will contact me and I'll have to take the assessment tests. Is that right?

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Re: Lionbridge Application
« Reply #21 on: April 22, 2016, 08:37:52 PM »
No not really. Go to their site and apply for a specific job. You can find vacancies here You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

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Re: Lionbridge Application
« Reply #22 on: July 27, 2016, 11:41:07 AM »

Liоnbridgе will mаkе diffеrеnt typеs оf оnlinе jоbs аvаilаblе fоr сrоwdsоurсing. Yоu nееd tо сhесk thе wеbsitе fоr аvаilаblе vасаnсiеs in yоur rеgiоn (jоbs аrе lосаtiоn-dеpеndеnt).
Liоnbridgе will mаkе vасаnсiеs аvаilаblе frоm timе tо timе dеpеnding оn сliеnt dеmаnd. оnе оf thе mоst pоpulаr rоlеs аdvеrtisеd is thаt оf Intеrnеt аssеssоr.
Thе rеаsоn why I jоinеd Liоnbridgе wаs tо gеt sоmе mоrе frееlаnсе writing wоrk. аs thеrе wеrе nо оthеr оppоrtunitiеs аvаilаblе but аn Intеrnеt аssеssоr vасаnсy, I аppliеd fоr it.



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Re: Lionbridge Application
« Reply #23 on: July 28, 2016, 09:03:39 AM »
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Liоnbridgе will mаkе diffеrеnt typеs оf оnlinе jоbs аvаilаblе fоr сrоwdsоurсing. Yоu nееd tо сhесk thе wеbsitе fоr аvаilаblе vасаnсiеs in yоur rеgiоn (jоbs аrе lосаtiоn-dеpеndеnt).
Liоnbridgе will mаkе vасаnсiеs аvаilаblе frоm timе tо timе dеpеnding оn сliеnt dеmаnd. оnе оf thе mоst pоpulаr rоlеs аdvеrtisеd is thаt оf Intеrnеt аssеssоr.
Thе rеаsоn why I jоinеd Liоnbridgе wаs tо gеt sоmе mоrе frееlаnсе writing wоrk. аs thеrе wеrе nо оthеr оppоrtunitiеs аvаilаblе but аn Intеrnеt аssеssоr vасаnсy, I аppliеd fоr it.

I have not done any writing work for them, but me position there focusses more on testing of software. I have only done one project, but was paid $254 for 16 hours of work, which included mostly recording my voice while performing actions on the software. The work is very sporadic at the moment, but when there is work it pays well.

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Re: Lionbridge Application
« Reply #24 on: August 10, 2016, 11:08:27 AM »
I filled out an application for Lionbridge, but since the position they emailed me about requires work on a smartphone, I will not be able to do it, at this time. My phone is too unstable and I really can't depend on it for work. I told them to consider me for other opportunities, and I hope that they will. At least they have my data on file.

Re: Lionbridge Application
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