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We are building a database for a platform which will let users search by keyword the market sector and/or job they are looking for. We have a long list of job types (Ex: Lawyer, car mechanic, sound engineer, plumber, biologist, etc) and we have a long list of types of companies (Ex: Insurance company, marketing company, restaurant, construction company, hospital, non-profit for cancer research, etc).
For every company type or field of work we will need someone to link at least 5 to 7 job types. There are about 5000 company and field types, and there is a pool of about 24000 possibilities that we will narrow down beforehand in which you can choose what job should be linked with these types of businesses. The reason this list is so long is that, for example, just the job "engineer" has at least 100 possibilities (construction engineer, sound engineer, chemical engineer, electrical engineer, telecom engineer, civil engineer, etc).
An example of what we want:
On the 5000 types of businesses, let's take restaurant as an example. If you see restaurant, you will have to think "hey, who would a restaurant possibly hire?". If we see you've linked the keywords "waiter, cook, restaurant manager, frond-dest coordinator, sous chef, server, bartender, hostess", we would be pleased.
But, if we saw that you wanted to rush it and put in some keywords at random, or some that have little to do with restaurants like "engineer, plumber, sales rep, fireman, car mechanic, nurse", we would be very displeased. Note that we are not looking for anything else. You don't need to write job descriptions, just that keyword of the provided list and link it to the other keyword on the other list.
Be advised there will be quality control.
How this will work:
We will hire two independent teams to whom we will give parts of the list in alphabetical order. One will go from A-Z and the other from Z-A. We will set a number of entries, say 200 for example, and you would be paid a fixed price for every 200 entries sent that we will agree on beforehand. Once these 200 would be completed, we would give you the next 200 names on the list. The faster a team works, the more they will be sent and able to complete before the task is completed.
Meanwhile, one of our employees would check the list sent. If there should be entries entered incorrectly or with low quality, we would send you a copy of the corrections so that you may know what to watch out for next time. For the next payment, we would subtract the sum for every entry of poor quality we had to correct, as this costs us time and having to re-do work we paid for is not our objective. For example, 1 mistake in 200 entries would represent 0.5% of the work we paid for and which would be deduced. However, we expect this not to happen as it is an easy task, but we have had some bad experience with outsourced work done recently and we will need incentives to make sure the work is done adequately every step of the way even though there is also an incentive to complete it rapidly.