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I have been working at American Journal Experts full-time (More than 5 years)
Good flexibility in work environment, and they have gotten a lot better about work-life balance. They have great benefits and a profit sharing program that helps a little. Salary is just under being comparable to a full-time faculty at a state university. You can literally work from anywhere and meet goals and perform primary job functions. Some other meetings and things are more of a challenge, as they do not pay for home internet. They will get you your own computer, though, if this is an issue.
Work-life balance has been an issue in the past. Working from home is both a good and bad thing. They will pay for your travel to meetings, but traveling is not my favorite thign.
I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at American Journal Experts (Waxhaw, NC) in April 2016.
Applied online. Within 3 days, I received a sample editing exercise, which seemed relatively straightforward. I completed the edit and heard back from them 1 week later that I did not meet their standards. I was never given any idea of possible salary ranges, etc., so I'm not sure I would've even taken the job if offered. I felt that my sample edit was thorough and well done. I wouldn't approach the sample edit any other way if I had it to do over again. So, for this reason, I am sure that it would not have been a good match for me or them.
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