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How common is it to get approved for Rev

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  1. Pretty common and an absolute waste of time and effort.
    You can find something better out there. Promise

  2. I got approved and did all the training audio/videos, then very quickly realized that there are pretty much never any good jobs to do. I’ve not found one job on there. It really sucks.

  3. Probably the worst work I’ve ever done in my life. When you start out the only jobs are so hard to understand it’s ridiculous. If you work through it and work your way up it’s still the worst work I’ve ever done in my life. Transcribing audio that takes hours just to make $7 or whatever it was. Then one little screw up and you’re back to transcribing foreign speakers in a tunnel for hours to make a few dollars.

    1. I needed this vindication. I’m so tired of trying to convince myself that it’s not that bad, that I just need to work a little harder. Fuck that, Rev sucks.

      1. Yeah I did the same thing. I kept thinking I just needed to keep at it and it’d get easier. I eventually worked my way up to the higher rating and go the primo work, but it’s still awful, even though I was typing 80-90 WPM. I would submit a job that I thought would be absolutely flawless but the reviewer would give me a poor score, contradicting what other reviewers previously told me.

        That feeling when you finish a 3-4 hour job to make $11 was the worst. Mental exhaustion for next to nothing. I’ll dig ditches before I do that again.

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