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Posted on: February 2, 2017

New Measurement Inc. location seeking new hires


Measurement Inc.'s new location in the Taylor Commons Shopping Center along Ecorse Road. is now hiring.

Measurement replaces the old Dunham’s in the shopping center,  located at 21520 Ecorse Road behind Applebee’s. Measurement Inc. invested $350,000 on interior renovations for the 300-plus-job site. 

According to its website, Measurement Incorporated is an employee-owned corporation that provides educational and professional examinations, program evaluation and related services to state and local governments, other testing companies and various professional organizations. Since its founding in 1980, it has earned a reputation as an industry leader in providing professional hand scoring services for essays and open-ended exams. It has steadily built the capabilities and expertise to include test development, scanning, scoring, score reporting, psychometric services, program evaluation, printing, administration, secure shipping and storage, professional development, tutoring and multimedia instructional support.

Its list of customers includes over 25 state and local departments of education and more than 15 corporate clients and partners.

Here is Measurement's job announcement:

Readers/Evaluators Needed – No Experience Necessary – Paid Training

Measurement Incorporated is seeking college graduates for the position of Reader/Evaluator. Our reader/evaluators score student responses to examination questions of various types. Paid training is provided, and all work can be done from home.

We are currently recruiting for the 2017 scoring season (February through June). If you qualify as a reader/evaluator, you will be eligible to work on multiple projects. The individual projects involve evaluating student responses in various subject areas (reading, math, science, social studies, etc.) at various grade levels (elementary through college). Student responses will be evaluated based on project-specific criteria for content, organization, grammatical conventions, and/or the student’s ability to communicate and respond to a specific directive.


•A bachelor’s degree in any field from an accredited college or university

•Adequate performance on a placement assessment in English/Language Arts and/or Math

•A successful interview and reference check

•A home computer with high-speed internet access

•The ability to maintain strict confidentiality/security

If invited to work on a scoring project, you will be required to provide proof of employment eligibility in order to complete a federal I-9 form before training starts.


Reader/evaluators are hired on a temporary basis by project. If hired, you will be expected to work five days per week, Monday through Friday, for the duration of the project. Both day and evening shifts are available. Attendance during training (usually the first few days of a project) is mandatory.


The starting pay is $11.70 per hour. Increases are based on project experience and performance.


To apply, go to Under the description of the reader/evaluator position, select “Taylor, MI” from the drop-down menu.


To learn more about Measurement Incorporated, please visit

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