However, we do ask that all participants respect the rights of others to communicate in whatever manner they wish, positive or negative, and TRY to behave respectfully toward one another when conflicts in views or opinions arise.
Our goal is to create an environment where examiners can speak openly and honestly without the restrictions of forced diplomacy or the constraints of having to observe over-bearing rules of political correctness.
No matter what any PC tells you, nobody can guarantee they will keep you busy, even if you're stupid enough to cover here, there and everywhere.
If you've actually done as much reading as you say, you'd know there is no hard and fast answer to "what can I expect to earn a month as an examiner (on average)?" What you should focus on is how much you're paid per exam. If it's not at least $30-$35 for a PBU (with them supplying the kit) walk away. APPS in particular has consistently shown themselves to be the lowest payer. Typically trying to get examiners to do these for $20-$25.
No matter who you work for DO NOT AGREE TO LET THEM SCHEDULE YOUR WORK. That never works out to being in the examiner's best interests.
When you truly count every minute that goes into doing an exam (start to finish, including an average drive time of a half hour each way) you're looking at 2 hours per exam on average. Do the math.
Do the math. Too many don't and never realize they're only getting $12-$15 an hour, before expenses.
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