Earnings for non US mturkers

Discussion in 'Help & Guides' started by cristi.u, Sep 24, 2019.

  1. cristi.u

    cristi.u New Turker

    Hello everyone,

    I’m from Romania.

    First of all, are any Romanians in here that constantly earn money from mturk?

    For the other mturkers outside of US if I work 8-10h a day what should be my average earnings?( I know that payment is through amazon gift cards and after selling them I’ll lose 10-15% of my earnings)

    PS: I know in the beginning I have to build up my profile, get over 3000-5000 hits to get better entries and so on.

    Let’s say I build up my profile, learn the scripts and get through the ‘hard’ beginnings.
    What should be my average earnings?
  2. JohnSmith82

    JohnSmith82 Turker

    $10 a day if lucky. Like me it's not the full experience you just get a watered down version.
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  3. JosephKarne

    JosephKarne New Turker

    Hello, from France. For me, 5 weeks after the beginning I have done 6800 HIT for $450... so far it's around $10 a day... but.... with accurate work I hope raising incomes...
    Stay focus and ....good luck-work to you from Romania... PS: be careful about Gift Cards' selling; it seems it could be a reason to be banned by AMAZON... Perhaps with a little patience they will open the right to an Hyper wallet. Have a nice Time JK
  4. Mouse

    Mouse New Turker

    Yup, about 8-10 a day sounds right. Some days are worse, some days are better (f.e. caught a 10buck hit recently which obviously bumped the average for that week). Weekends are bad, some seasons aren't great either. Also depends on what work you are good at. I do some surveys, research tasks are almost always a 'skip it' for me, love batches.
    But in order to get to that, as you said, you need to work a lot of hits and have a 99%+ approval rating.

    Non-US workers can't really live off MTurk, but especially for people who are at or close to the computer anyway (disabled, stay-at-home-person, retired) at least a ~150ish bucks each month makes quite a difference.