ONLINEMicrosoft Research Study for Fluent Hebrew Speakers

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Caelus LLC, a UX research and design company, is looking to connect with fluent Hebrew speakers who would be willing to participate in a study with Microsoft. This is an online study for folks who are Microsoft costumers through their place of employment (i.e., using the enterprise version of Outlook and Teams).

The gratuity for participating in the study is $275. There is also a $50 gratuity for referrals.

They are trying to tap into the “largest concentration of Hebrew speakers outside of Israel” for Microsoft, so Greater Boston was specifically highlighted for inclusion as an important area to advertise the study!

Please feel free to contact Mellyssa at 425-224-7353 with any questions.

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