Imagine being paid to report emergencies such as a missing child, house fire, shooting, trauma and escape. That's what Citizen does, an app that alerts its user to serious incidents across their area. Currently, Citizen counts 12 "field team members" earning between $200 and $250 per day.
First launched as Vigilante in 2016, Citizen is an iOS app that was later removed from the App Store due to concerns about its content. Citizen informs its users of any dangerous activity reported around your site with the aim of creating a personal safety net. Reported events can be triggered through police calls, 911 alerts, and live broadcasts by users.
Citizen currently has 12 people working on "street teams" live events, but new job listings show the company is looking to expand. Job listings were submitted by Flyover Entertainment, a selection agency, looking for "field team members" to be broadcast live "by phone [to] the app, and event as news" for an anonymous tech company with user-generated content production, posted.
Working as a member of the Field Citizen team pays $25 per hour. New York jobs are hiring people to work 8-hour shifts and earn $200 a day. Field Team jobs in Los Angeles are looking for people who are willing to work 10-hour shifts for $250 a day.
You can search for broadcasts on the Citizen website
when asked if the list is listed? "I was violating my non-disclosure agreement and they were properly firing me," said Michael Yates, owner of Flyover. However, shortly after the listings were removed, a Citizen representative told the company that he was working with Flyover and sent a link to a listing of similar jobs.
Citizen looks like a double-edged sword application. , where it may be useful to inform users of potential danger or frighten people by sending alerts of less dangerous events. If you're not a Citizen user, but are interested in it, use it with caution. Citizen is available on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store. p>
Citizen pays $200 to $250 per day to track and stream crime and emergencies