Studiosity
Happiness score is 57 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Michael Larsen
    73%
    approve of Michael Larsen's performance
  • Founded
    2004
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $5m to $30m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Information Technology
  • Headquarters
    Level 1, 11 Chandos St S...
  • Link
    Studiosity website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 75 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Writing Feedback Specialist in Remote
on 24 September 2022
Great staff; flaws otherwise
The team of writers at Studiosity is a great part of it; despite being online, they do a good job at facilitating a close community through the group chat! However, sometimes the upper staff/those not reviewing the papers can be a bit out of touch and expect an excessive amount of work for the time and pay provided.
Writing Feedback Specialist in Vancouver, BC
on 24 September 2022
Nearly no work available during so-called high demand period. A complete waste of time.
Their poor hiring practices have led to nearly no work during their high demand period. There are 2000+ specialists for Writing Feedback and the actual demand absolutely does not justify the need for this many people to be hired on. I have waited in the queue for 2-4 hours just to get a $4.13 submission during a “high demand” period. This is unacceptable and a complete waste of time. They have disregarded the many complaints and concerns of their specialists and still continued to mass hire when specialists were already concerned about the lack of work. Very disappointing and very poor practice from this company.
Specialist in Canada
on 24 September 2022
Meh
Good job for making spare change, bad for every other possible reason you could imagine. You get paid pocket change for doing the most. The only way to be satisfied here is to do the bare minimum— that’s all they’re paying you for.
Online Writing Tutor in Brampton, ON
on 22 September 2022
High wait times, low pay
I did first enjoy working at Studiosity because of the flexibility. However, a major downfall of the format in my opinion is the unfair pay. Each submission has a set worth depending on its length and estimated correction time. For the level of detail and analysis expected on behalf of the writing specialists, the time taken to correct these submissions is doubled if not tripled. Yet, you are not paid for that extra time. You must wait in a queue (often over an hour) to receive work as the company has overhired employees.
Writing Feedback Specialist in Canada
on 20 September 2022
For spare time only
Work is rewarding as you give help to students, however, there is little to no work available the majority of the year. It seems they have a difficult time estimating business volumes and so the 'busy periods' become their mass hiring periods and you are left sitting in a queue for hours on end waiting for work. Pay is comparatively low for the knowledge and expertise required, but again, the work is rewarding in its own way - just don't expect this to be a full-time job or even a side hustle. It's purely a hobby that earns you peanuts every few weeks.

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