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shithead from private IP /all FL DR Is So Fucken Scam It's been just a side hustle for years now, but when it finally dries up I'll have to work like an Honest Man (Propre). It will suck hard, and I will be besaddened. #Alcohol _reply Fri, 15 Mar 2024 05:43:31 -0700
Andy from private IP /all What is FL DR? Sorry for the dumb question. _reply Fri, 15 Mar 2024 07:53:33 -0700
shithead from private IP /all Foreign language document review. Easy, easy work for good money. _reply Fri, 15 Mar 2024 07:54:18 -0700
Andy from private IP /all I recommend #Alcohol, drowning your sorrows is still credited. _reply Fri, 15 Mar 2024 08:05:06 -0700
shithead from private IP /all I'm no longer thirsty. For me, alcohol creates more sorrows than it drowns. _reply Fri, 15 Mar 2024 11:51:48 -0700
zerosugar from private IP /all I passed the alta test, but rarely are there reviews in my language. Its sad document review may eventually get taken over by AI. I hope it never happens entirely though. When I was in law school, old professors made it seem like document review was hell. They were old though and probably remember box reviews. In the modern age, it’s the easiest job in law. The only flaw is low self hourly pay. I mostly liked it because I don’t like surprises in my day and I enjoy doing the same thing over and over again. If the job paid at least 100-150k per year, I would see no reason to ever work at some bs firm. I get frequent notices about reviews in my inbox and the English language ones pay very little though. They never went back to pre covid rates. Foreign language varies, but some do pay crazy money. I also think DR is even better than litigation in some markets. Chicago is a pretty blue collared city so you will never make big money suing the wealthy as you may make in Beverly Hills where not only do people have money, but they care about their reputations and don’t want to go to trial so they just settle. So many PI and workers comp firms here too and such a saturated market. If you really like this field, maybe you can go to some of the e discovery conventions and maybe start your own doc review company. That would be crazy work though. lol. _reply Fri, 15 Mar 2024 11:53:22 -0700
zerosugar from private IP /all lol these typos no clue why it wrote self hourly pay. makes no sense. _reply Fri, 15 Mar 2024 16:21:34 -0700
shithead from private IP /all Starting my own doc review company would defeat everything that I like about it: no responsibility, no worry about work off the clock, no worry at all now that it's all remote. What's your language - Italian? I'm certified in Italian. Love working in that language, but there's not a lot of work. It's usually $50-60/hour, not many megaprojects that last months and months. The real money is Japanese, but it takes years to become literate and know enough kanji to do doc review in Japanese. The easiest languages to learn for the best money are Dutch ($80-85/hour), Scandic languages (Danish, Norwegian, Swedish - all $85-90/hour), and Bahasa Indonesia/Malaysia ($90-100/hour). All are quite easy for English speakers to learn. Dutch has a decent number of pharmaceutical reviews, Scandics have pharmaceutical and IP reviews, Indonesian an increasing amount of FCPA matters. You can net over $4k in a good week on one of these projects, working from home in your bathrobe, hopped up on edibles and shooting cans from your balcony like Doctor Gonzo, in between docs. _reply Fri, 15 Mar 2024 16:31:46 -0700
Andy from private IP /all > hopped up on edibles and shooting cans from your balcony like Doctor Gonzo, in between docs. How is this different from me at the law firm? 😅 _reply Fri, 15 Mar 2024 17:21:12 -0700
zerosugar from private IP /all yes my language is italian. i was worried before i took alta because many people said it was hard and even native speakers struggled. i thought it was pretty easy and straight forward though. i was super happy that i ended up passing. unfortunately, not much work after that. just a few short term projects. i did see mcdermott had a french review back in november that seemed to be long term. i took french in high school, but remember nothing so i would never try for french. not even for spanish even though i also took it in high school and college. i have seen many reviews in various asian languages. anyway now is a slow time for doc review from what i hear, but i am sure it will pick up in the summer. i thought to learn dutch years ago. almost everybody in the netherlands speaks english though, but yeah it may be a useful tool for doc review.
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