There is more demand for a medical writer than for someone who does data entry.
You're a doctor so getting rates as high as $50/hr shouldn't be a problem. Maybe focus on medical writing and start with a rate of let's say $7-$10/hr?
When clients see you take jobs for $1, they would think you are desperate. Please stay away from low paying jobs or else you will never get the good ones. Example, why would I hire you for a job worth hundreds of dollars if I can see that you did the same before for 1/10 or even less the price?
You can take a look at other medical writers and their profiles to get a feel of how much to charge.
All the best!
Hi Intan Airlina and welcome to the Community.
I am happy to hear that the client was able to hire you. And I also would like to thank everybody who posted on this thread giving helpful suggestions.
Just to confirm, usually if a client receives the error "Offer Creation Failed," it means that the funding of a first milestone (or full budged) did not work. Usually it happens due to some issues with the client's payment method.
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