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Have questions about working at Pearl Lemon? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Pearl Lemon.

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25 English questions out of 25

July 25, 2022

What are perks and other benefits like at Pearl Lemon?

Pros

A lot of opportunities to gain experience Fully remote work, no relocation needed Benefits are flexible Flexible hours

Cons

Some of the tasks may be unrealistic to achieve, there’s a lot of pressure to meet them, and the goal posts move frequently Low salary. When discussing move to full time position, the maximum offer was around 20-21,000 per year which overall is below average the US full-time salary.

Benefits are flexible

July 25, 2022

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July 25, 2021

Does Pearl Lemon offer tuition reimbursement?

Pros

If you like hands-on-learning and you grow further when you’re doing the task instead of talking about it, you will LOVE working with Pearl Lemon. I grew both professionally and personally in 4 months of interning more than I did during one year of schooling. I loved working in a diverse culture where I was surrounded by a supportive, helpful, positive, and driven team. I started as a content writer but I quickly grew from there! Not only was there huge room for growth, but I was able to work whenever I wanted, whether that was a four-day week, mornings, or evenings— it did not matter. Not only was it helpful for my personal life, but these flexible hours taught me a lot about self-discipline. From the challenging tasks to the weekly team meetings, I’ve learned more than I thought I could, with a great team surrounding me. I've come away with valuable skills showcased on my resume and friends I'm grateful for. Thanks, Pearl Lemon, for an unforgettable experience.

Cons

Although this internship is lower pay than some internships, I felt like I was getting a free education. I was able to count this internship toward college credit, and instead of paying for a class, I got paid to learn at an internship!

Advice to Management

Needs better organization

Although this internship is lower pay than some internships, I felt like I was getting a free education.

July 25, 2021

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March 27, 2021

Does Pearl Lemon offer unlimited time off?

Pros

When working for Pearl Lemon you are given a very flexible schedule allowing you to work any time and day you want. There are weekly team meetings you have to attend or watch, but they are still really interesting and count towards your hours per week.

Cons

Payment is honestly pretty bad. For my first month, I made $100, after working about 20 hours each week. You do get paid more, but this is more a job you take for the experience.

When working for Pearl Lemon you are given a very flexible schedule allowing you to work any time and day you want.

March 27, 2021

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May 12, 2022

How are career development opportunities at Pearl Lemon?

Pros

Get hands on experience and learn by doing. Fast progression and lots of opportunities to try new things and take on new responsibilities.

Cons

Very full on work load and fast paced

Fast progression and lots of opportunities to try new things and take on new responsibilities.

May 12, 2022

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October 15, 2020

What kind of career opportunities exist at Pearl Lemon?

Pros

At Pearl Lemon, every day is a learning day. You will not only improve your skills in your field, but you also have the opportunity to explore areas that are completely new to you. Your contributions are valued as you will be always implementing your ideas. Being 100% remote and free to manage our time is also a great aspect!

Cons

Pearl Lemon is not the place for you if you do not like being in a fast-paced environment. This means you have to be flexible and open to changes and even proactive to help develop projects firsthand.

You will not only improve your skills in your field, but you also have the opportunity to explore areas that are completely new to you.

October 15, 2020

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