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Where is Turing based?

Turing is based in Palo Alto, California, popularly known as the "Silicon Valley". Although our base is in the US, we have a global presence thanks to 200,000 of our remote developers from more than 10,000 cities worldwide.

How big is Turing?

Turing is a fast-growing company and has so far raised nearly $50mn in funding. Turing is backed by well-known investors such as Foundation Capital, Altair Capital, Mindset Ventures, Frontier Ventures, and Gaingels. We have 200,000 developers across 10,000 cities signed up on the Turing platform and count several high-profile Silicon Valley companies as our customers. Over 3000 companies backed by Google Ventures, Bloomberg, Khosla Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, etc have shown interest in our developers. The company has accomplished exponential growth over the past year -- growing by 17X in the 14-months period till November 2020, from $700K to almost $12mn. Take our test now to find exciting job opportunities.

How many developers work with Turing?

Turing is truly a global company as 200,000 remote developers from across 10,000 cities around the world have signed up with us.

What kind of jobs does Turing provide?

Turing hires remote developers based on tech roles, skills, and seniority. For tech roles, we hire experienced front-endback-endfull-stackdatabasemobileDevOps, and AI/ML developers from across the globe. As far as skills are concerned, we hire remote developers for 100+ skills such as React/Node, Python, Angular, Swift, React NativeAndroidJavaRails, Golang, PHP, Vue, among several others. 

We also offer remote jobs that suit your career trajectories such as Software Engineer, Senior Software Engineer, Software Architect, Senior Software Architect, Software Tech Lead, Software Engineering Tech Lead Manager, Senior Software Engineering Tech Lead Manager, Software Engineering Director, and Software Engineering Vice President.

Are Turing’s jobs part-time or full-time?


Turing is primarily focused on providing developers with full-time, long-term projects. However, we might be able to offer a part-time role to remote developers in certain conditions. Regardless, we will recommend you to take our test so that if an appropriate role comes up we can contact you. 

How is Turing different from Toptal and Upwork?

Unlike Toptal and Upwork, we at Turing provide full-time, long-term projects to remote developers. While other platforms offer more freelancing roles, Turing jobs offer more stability and once you join Turing you will never have to apply for another job again. We achieve this by a combination of AI-driven matching and a human vetting process which is constantly on the lookout to match developers with the most appropriate jobs. Apart from this, Turing offers better compensation than the local market rate in most countries and flexible working hours to developers.

What are Turing’s data privacy terms?

Turing's privacy policy has been created to provide information about our time tracker software and related services to our users. You can find a full description of our privacy policy here.

How Do I Become a Turing Engineer?

If you have the preferred skills, experience, and attitude, then becoming a Turing engineer is just a few clicks away. One can become a Turing developer in 6 easy steps.

  1. Create your account on https://developers.turing.com/ 
  2. Fill in your basic information (name, number, location, previous salary, experience, etc.)
  3. Take a work experience survey
  4. Solve multiple-choice questions
  5. Schedule a technical interview
  6. Final onboarding. 

Ideally, a remote developer needs to have at least 3 years of relevant experience to get hired by Turing, but at the same time, we don't say no to exceptional developers. We hire for 100+ skills such as React/Node, Python, AngularSwiftReact NativeAndroidJavaRails, Golang, PHP, Vue, among others

Become Turing Engineer

How do I apply for remote work with Turing?

Applying for a remote developer job with Turing is very easy. Click here to find out rewarding remote opportunities and apply according to your skills, experience, and interest.


How hard is it to become a Turing developer?

Turing hires the top 1% of the world’s remote software engineers through a rigorous vetting process. A candidate is expected to spend 5-10 hours on our programming tests, skill challenges, and video interviews. These tests are designed by our leadership to find the best of the world's engineers. That said, once you become a Turing Developer you will never have to apply for another job. Over 3000 companies backed by Google Ventures, Bloomberg, Khosla Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, etc have shown interest in our developers. Take our test now to find exciting opportunities.

How difficult is the Turing coding test? 

Turing’s rigorous coding tests are designed by our leadership (ex-Engineering Managers from Facebook and Google and a Stanford AI scientist) to find the best of the top 1% of the world's remote engineers. If you have the right skills and experience, clearing Turing’s coding test should not be a problem for you.

Is Turing still hiring in 2020/2021?

Yes, we are actively hiring and will continue to do so. Our co-founder and CEO Jonathan Siddharth says, “Talent is universal, but opportunities are not” and it is our aim to provide the best opportunities to remote developers

What kind of developers does Turing hire?

Turing hires remote developers based on tech stacks, skills, and seniority. For tech stacks, we hire experienced front-endback-endfull-stackdatabasemobileDevOps, and AI/ML developers from across the globe. As far as skills are concerned, we hire remote developers for 100+ skills such as React/Node, Python, Angular, Swift, React NativeAndroidJavaRails, Golang, PHP, Vue, and more. We also offer jobs that suit your career trajectories such as Software Engineer, Senior Software Engineer, Software Architect, Senior Software Architect, Software Tech Lead, Software Engineering Tech Lead Manager, Senior Software Engineering Tech Lead Manager, Software Engineering Director, and Software Engineering Vice President. 

What is Turing’s payment structure like?

For fixed billing, salary is processed as per amount fixed monthly and agreed in your work engagement agreement. On an hourly basis, it is calculated as per the hours you have clocked on workspace and rate per hour agreed in the work engagement agreement.

At Turing, every engineer is allowed to set his/her rate. However, Turing will recommend a salary at which we know we can find a fruitful and long-term opportunity for you. Our recommendations are based on our assessment of market conditions and the demand that we see from our customers.

In the vast majority of cases, we recommend salaries for our developers that far exceed what they would make in their local economies. Turing's goal is to provide engineers with stable, fruitful work and long-term learning opportunities, rather than have engineers frequently hop from one small project to another.

Turing Salaries

When do I receive my salary in Turing?

Salary is generally processed on the 1st of every month, and you should receive it within 3-10 working days from then, depending on your bank. Turing keeps track of your work time with time tracking software, and you will be paid for each hour of your work.


Yes, Turing pays its developers in US dollars only.

Does Turing pay in US dollars? 

How much tax does Turing deduct? Will I be taxed twice, once by Turing and then my home country?

Turing does not deduct any tax while transferring your salary. You will be paid your entire amount via bank transfer. However, you might need to pay taxes according to your country’s tax laws. Also, your bank might charge you a small amount as a transaction fee.

How much does Turing pay remote developers? 

At Turing, every engineer is allowed to set his/her rate. However, Turing will recommend a salary at which we know we can find a fruitful and long-term opportunity for you. Our recommendations are based on our assessment of market conditions and the demand that we see from our customers. 

In the vast majority of cases, we recommend salaries for our developers that far exceed what they would make in their local economies. Turing's goal is to provide engineers with stable, fruitful work and long term learning opportunities, rather than have engineers frequently hop from one small project to another.

Will my salary have any deductions? 

Turing does not make any deductions to your salary. At Turing, you get what you see.

Who can become a Turing developer?

We encourage experienced remote software developers to apply for Turing jobs. Although we prefer remote developers with 3 years of experience to apply for top Silicon Valley jobs with Turing, we don't say no to exceptional developers. Take our test to find out if we could offer something exciting for you.
 
Additionally, any developer who is at least 18 years old, is not located in an OFAC Restricted Region (Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Syria, or the region of Crimea), and successfully passes the vetting process can get hired by Turing.

Note: In compliance with Federal Law, Turing does not conduct business with individuals and entities on a list called the Specially Designated Nationals ("SDN") list. If you have been suspended from Turing in the past you are not allowed to work on our platform again. 

Skills required to become a Turing Developer

Does Turing hire senior developers/architects/tech leads/tech lead managers?

Although our primary requirement for remote developers is usually at least 3 years of experience, we don't say no to exceptional developers. Take our test to find out if we could offer something exciting for you. 

Can freshers/students apply to Turing?

Does Turing hire developers with 1 to 2 years of experience?

Ideally, a remote developer needs to have at least 3 years of relevant experience to get hired by Turing, but at the same time, we don't say no to exceptional developers. Take our test to find out if we could offer something exciting for you. 

How much experience is needed for Turing jobs?

Ideally, a remote developer needs to have at least 3 years of industry experience to get hired by Turing. However, if you think you’re extraordinarily good at what you do, we might consider making an exception for you. Take our test now to find out. 

Has Turing hired any developers from my country?

Turing does not hire developers located in an OFAC Restricted Region (Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Syria, or the region of Crimea). Otherwise, we hire skilled developers from all over the world.

What additional benefits does Turing provide?

We, at Turing, send you the complete compensation without deducting any taxes so that you can have the full amount and decide your expenditure accordingly. Turing is also a company with a human touch. We consider work-life balance as an essential part of our developers' wellbeing and allow them flexible working hours.

What is it like working with Turing?

Once you get a job at Turing, you’ll never have to apply for another job again. With Turing, remote developers enjoy a high compensation that surpasses local standards by a mile. Turing developers not only get the best Silicon Valley jobs but also there’s no visa hassle for them to work for top US software companies. Apart from this, we also allow a flexible time schedule. However, since most of our clients are based in the USA and work from 9 am-5 pm Pacific Standard Time (PST), for successful collaboration, developers need to have a 4-hour overlap within this timezone.

Turing team and work experience

How does Turing track working hours? 

Turing uses an AI-enabled time tracker to keep a record of your working hours. As a remote developer, you need to clock in the required hours. You can also clock in hours manually, but be sure to do so diligently.

Turing developers are not expected to go to the client’s site. Gone are the days when developers had to undergo visa hassles and relocate to a client’s location. We believe that talent is universal and it is our aim to democratize opportunities. With Turing, now you can work for top Silicon Valley companies from the comfort of your home.

Do Turing developers need to travel to the client’s site? 

As a remote developer, how many hours do I need to work daily at Turing? 

A remote software developer at Turing needs to put in 8 hours a day or 40 hours a week. Since most of our clients are based in the US and work from 9 am-5 pm Pacific Standard Time (PST), for successful collaboration, developers need to have a 4-hour overlap within this timezone.

What timezone will I have to work in at Turing? 

Turing allows you to work according to your convenience. We have flexible working hours. However, since most of our clients are based in the US and work from 9 am-5 pm Pacific Standard Time (PST), for successful collaboration, developers need to have a 4-hour overlap within this timezone.

Does Turing offer gigs/part-time jobs?

Turing is primarily focused on providing developers with full-time, long-term projects. However, we might be able to offer a part-time role to remote developers in certain conditions. Regardless, we will recommend you to take our test so that if an appropriate role comes up, we can contact you.

Does Turing give preference to good English communication?

Absolutely. Communication plays a crucial part in Turing’s vetting process. Since most of our clients are US-based companies, it is imperative for a remote developer to be good at English. This will not only enable you to understand your project with the current client better but also will open up more opportunities for you. So, do brush up on your English communication skills to get the best US and Silicon Valley jobs with Turing.

How does Turing’s vetting process work?

Turing’s rigorous vetting process consists of four steps. They are -- the technical tests (MCQs and algorithm challenges), technical interview, onboarding call, Turing profile update. The Turing vetting process has been designed scientifically by our leadership team to find the best of the world's remote engineers.

Turing vetting process

How long does Turing take to clear your application? 

We will let you know if you passed our Technical Interview within 24 hours of the interview. The outcome of all four steps in the vetting process will be communicated to you at the end of the onboarding call. You will become matchable following your satisfactory completion of the Turing profile update.

How does Turing vet remote developers?

We, at Turing, hire the top 1% of the world’s remote software engineers by using a combination of human-vetting and our AI systems to match qualified engineers with our clients. We evaluate the expertise, experience, performance of remote engineers based on our coding challenges, interviews, availability, and location to help identify the best positions for each developer.

You, as a developer, will not find the Turing vetting process tough if you're good at your skills. Turing has designed a rigorous vetting process to hire the top 1% of the world’s remote software engineers. And once you get a job at Turing, you’ll never have to apply for another job again. 

A candidate is expected to spend 5-10 hours on our programming tests, skill challenges, and video interviews. These tests are designed by our leadership (ex-Engineering Managers from Facebook and Google and a Stanford AI scientist) to find the best of the world's engineers.

Do you think you have the skills to become a Turing developer? Take our test to find exciting job opportunities.

Is Turing's vetting process tough?

Will Turing allow me to retake their test if I fail? 

Yes, we do allow remote developers to retake our test if they fail to clear it. If you retake the test within 6-months, you do not need to start over again, you will only be required to repeat the last step that you failed. However, if 6-months have elapsed since you took the test, you will be required to re-start the vetting process.

How do I get matched for jobs at Turing?

Turing uses a combination of human-vetting and our AI systems to match qualified engineers with Turing clients. We evaluate your expertise, experience, performance on our coding challenges, interviews, availability, and location to help identify the best positions for each candidate.

How to get Turing Jobs

Generally, Turing offers a job match immediately. However, in some cases, it might take between 4-6 weeks for us to find a project for you.

How long does Turing take to provide a match? 

What if I don't get a match in Turing? 

More and more US-based companies are approaching us for quality remote developers. We, at Turing, are constantly trying to bring in more Silicon Valley opportunities to our platform, too. Generally, we offer a match for our developers without any unnecessary delay. But if for some reason, you don’t get a match immediately, we will do our best to get you one as quickly as possible.

How do I make a good profile for Turing jobs?

Creating an awesome profile for Turing jobs is easy. Just follow this video guide and create a profile that will get you matched with our clients. If you still face any problem while making your profile, feel free to reach out to us at [email protected].

Developer profile at Turing

How do I get my personal data removed from Turing’s database?

Turing understands how important your personal data is. If you wish to remove your information from our database, please send a request via email to [email protected] and our support team will assist you in this process.

If you wish to close your Turing account, please send a request via email to [email protected] and our support team will assist you in this process.

How do I close my Turing account?

What happens once I get matched with a client?

Since most of our clients are from the US, some of them might require an additional interview to assess culture fit. We will share everything we know about the client, the team, the tech stack, and the project. You’ll be prepared before any interactions with our clients.

Post Matching process at Turing

What happens if I forget to clock hours at Turing? 

You can clock in hours manually, but be sure to do so diligently.

Yes, standups are mandatory at Turing. Standups are an integral part of your engagement and help you and the customer in alignment with the discussed goal. However, if the client specifically mentions that you don’t need to work on the Turing Workspace platform, we will disable it.

Are standups mandatory at Turing?

Who shall I contact for any query once I get matched at Turing?

If you have any questions/doubts regarding anything related to your job at Turing, then please do not hesitate to send an email to [email protected]. We will resolve your query as soon as possible.

How should I apply for leave at Turing?

You have to inform in advance the following people: your customer end manager, your Turing manager, and the Customer Success team ([email protected]). In case of an unforeseen emergency, just put a quick last-minute mail.

What happens after my project ends at Turing?

We, at Turing, will do our best to get you a new project within 2 weeks after the successful completion of your earlier project.

Rematching developers with Turing jobs

Will Turing renegotiate my salary after my project ends?

Here at Turing, every developer is allowed to set his/her rate. However, Turing will recommend a salary at which we know we can find a fruitful and long-term opportunity for you. Our recommendations are based on our assessment of market conditions and the demand that we see from our customers.

As a remote developer at Turing, you can expect a new project within 2 weeks after the successful completion of your earlier project.

How soon will I get a match after my project ends at Turing?

Who should I connect with on any issues related to my engagement at Turing?

If you have any questions/doubts regarding anything related to your job at Turing, then please do not hesitate to send an email to [email protected]. We will resolve your query as soon as possible.

What is Turing?

Turing is a Palo Alto-based company that allows skilled remote developers to get jobs with the top Silicon Valley firms at the push of a button. Turing is led by Stanford University alumni and successful A.I. entrepreneurs Jonathan Siddharth and Vijay Krishnan, whose last A.I. company, Rover, leveraged elite remote talent and had a successful acquisition. Turing is backed by well-known investors such as Foundation Capital, Altair Capital, Mindset Ventures, Frontier Ventures, and Gaingels. 

Turing hires remote developers based on tech roles, skills, and seniority. For tech roles, we hire experienced front-endback-endfull-stackdatabasemobileDevOps, and AI/ML developers from across the globe. As far as skills are concerned, we hire remote developers for 100+ skills such as React/Node, Python, Angular, Swift, React NativeAndroidJavaRails, Golang, PHP, Vue, and more. We also offer jobs that suit your career trajectories such as Software Engineer, Senior Software Engineer, Software Architect, Senior Software Architect, Software Tech Lead, Software Engineering Tech Lead Manager, Senior Software Engineering Tech Lead Manager, Software Engineering Director, and Software Engineering Vice President.

If you are a software engineer and interested in remote American software jobs, take our AI-enabled test now. Looking to hire remote developers pre-vetted for a Silicon Valley bar instead?

What is Turing

Who are Turing’s clients?

Turing has a variety of clients, ranging from growing startups to established enterprises employing thousands of people. Over 3000 companies backed by Google Ventures, Bloomberg, Khosla Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, etc have shown interest in our developers. Take our test now to find exciting job opportunities.

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WHAT IS TURING?

What is Turing?

Turing is a Palo Alto-based company that allows skilled remote developers to get jobs with the top Silicon Valley firms at the push of a button. Turing is led by Stanford University alumni and successful A.I. entrepreneurs Jonathan Siddharth and Vijay Krishnan, whose last A.I. company, Rover, leveraged elite remote talent and had a successful acquisition. Turing is backed by well-known investors such as Foundation Capital, Altair Capital, Mindset Ventures, Frontier Ventures, and Gaingels.


Turing hires remote developers based on tech roles, skills, and seniority. For tech roles, we hire experienced front-end, back-end, full-stack, database, mobile, DevOps, and AI/ML developers from across the globe. As far as skills are concerned, we hire remote developers for 100+ skills such as React/Node, Python, Angular, Swift, React Native, Android, Java, Rails, Golang, PHP, Vue, and more. We also offer jobs that suit your career trajectories such as Software Engineer, Senior Software Engineer, Software Architect, Senior Software Architect, Software Tech Lead, Software Engineering Tech Lead Manager, Senior Software Engineering Tech Lead Manager, Software Engineering Director, and Software Engineering Vice President.


If you are a software engineer and interested in remote American software jobs, take our AI-enabled test now.


Looking to hire remote developers pre-vetted for a silicon valley bar instead?

Where is Turing based?

Turing is based in Palo Alto, California, popularly known as the "Silicon Valley". Although our base is in the US, we have a global presence thanks to 200,000 of our remote developers from more than 10,000 cities worldwide.

Who are Turing’s clients?

Turing has a variety of clients, ranging from growing startups to established enterprises employing thousands of people. Over 3000 companies backed by Google Ventures, Bloomberg, Khosla Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, etc have shown interest in our developers. Take our test now to find exciting job opportunities.


Looking to hire remote engineers pre-vetted for a silicon valley bar instead?

How big is Turing?

Turing is a fast-growing company and has so far raised nearly $50mn in funding. Turing is backed by well-known investors such as Foundation Capital, Altair Capital, Mindset Ventures, Frontier Ventures, and Gaingels. We have 200,000 developers signed up on the Turing platform and count several high-profile Silicon Valley companies as our customers. Over 3000 companies backed by Google Ventures, Bloomberg, Khosla Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, etc have shown interest in our developers. The company has accomplished exponential growth over the past year -- growing by 17X in the 14-months period till November 2020, from $700K to almost $12mn. Take our test now now to find exciting job opportunities.

How many developers work with Turing?

Turing is truly a global company as 200,000 remote developers from across 10,000 cities around the world have signed up with us.

What kind of jobs does Turing provide?

Turing hires remote developers based on tech roles, skills, and seniority. For tech roles, we hire experienced front-end, back-end, full-stack, database, mobile, DevOps, and AI/ML developers from across the globe. As far as skills are concerned, we hire remote developers for 100+ skills such as React/Node, Python, Angular, Swift, React Native, Android, Java, Rails, Golang, PHP, Vue, and more.


We also offer remote jobs that suit your career trajectories such as Software Engineer, Senior Software Engineer, Software Architect, Senior Software Architect, Software Tech Lead, Software Engineering Tech Lead Manager, Senior Software Engineering Tech Lead Manager, Software Engineering Director, and Software Engineering Vice President.

Are Turing’s jobs part-time or full-time?

Turing is primarily focused on providing developers with full-time, long-term projects. However, we might be able to offer a part-time role to remote developers in certain conditions. Regardless, we will recommend you to take our test so that if an appropriate role comes up we can contact you.

How is Turing different from Toptal and Upwork?

Unlike Toptal and Upwork, we at Turing provide full-time, long-term projects to remote developers. While other platforms offer more freelancing roles, Turing jobs offer more stability and once you join Turing you will never have to apply for another job again. We achieve this by a combination of AI-driven matching and a human vetting process which is constantly on the lookout to match developers with the most appropriate jobs. Apart from this, Turing offers better compensation than the local market rate in most countries and flexible working hours to developers.

What are Turing’s data privacy terms?

Turing's privacy policy has been created to provide information about our time tracker software and related services to our users. You can find a full description of our privacy policy here.

HOW DO I BECOME A TURING ENGINEER?

How do I become a Turing engineer?

If you have the preferred skills, experience, and attitude, then becoming a Turing engineer is just a few clicks away. One can become a Turing developer in 6 easy steps:

  • 1. Create your account on https://developers.turing.com/
  • 2. Fill in your basic information (name, number, location, previous salary, experience, etc.)
  • 3. Take a work experience survey
  • 4. Solve multiple-choice questions
  • 5. Schedule a technical interview
  • 6. Final onboarding


Ideally, a remote developer needs to have at least 3 years of relevant experience to get hired by Turing, but at the same time, we don't say no to exceptional developers.We hire for 100+ skills such as React/Node, Python, Angular, Swift, React Native, Android, Java, Rails, Golang, PHP, Vue, and more.

How do I apply for remote work with Turing?

Applying for a remote developer job with Turing is very easy. Click here to find out rewarding remote opportunities and apply according to your skills, experience, and interest.

How hard is it to become a Turing developer?

Turing hires the top 1% of the world’s remote software engineers through a rigorous vetting process. A candidate is expected to spend 5-10 hours on our programming tests, skill challenges, and video interviews. These tests are designed by our leadership to find the best of the world's engineers. That said, once you become a Turing Developer you will never have to apply for another job. Over 3000 companies backed by Google Ventures, Bloomberg, Khosla Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, etc have shown interest in our developers. Take our test now to find exciting job opportunities.

How difficult is the Turing coding test?

Turing’s rigorous coding tests are designed by our leadership (ex-Engineering Managers from Facebook and Google and a Stanford AI scientist) to find the best of the top 1% of the world's remote engineers. If you have the right skills and experience, clearing Turing’s coding test should not be a problem for you.

Is Turing still hiring in 2020/2021?

Yes, we are actively hiring and will continue to do so. Our co-founder and CEO Jonathan Siddharth says, “Talent is universal, but opportunities are not” and it is our aim to provide the best opportunities to remote developers.

What kind of developers does Turing hire?

Turing hires remote developers based on tech stacks, skills, and seniority. For tech stacks, we hire experienced front-end, back-end, full-stack, database, mobile, DevOps, and AI/ML developers from across the globe. As far as skills are concerned, we hire remote developers for 100+ skills such as React/Node, Python, Angular, Swift, React Native, Android, Java, Rails, Golang, PHP, Vue, and more. We also offer jobs that suit your career trajectories such as Software Engineer, Senior Software Engineer, Software Architect, Senior Software Architect, Software Tech Lead, Software Engineering Tech Lead Manager, Senior Software Engineering Tech Lead Manager, Software Engineering Director, and Software Engineering Vice President.

WHO CAN BECOME A TURING DEVELOPER?

Who can become a Turing developer?

We encourage experienced remote software developers to apply for Turing jobs. Although we prefer remote developers with 3 years of experience to apply for top Silicon Valley jobs with Turing, we don't say no to exceptional developers. Take our test here to find out if we could offer something exciting for you.


Additionally, any developer who is at least 18 years old, is not located in an OFAC Restricted Region (Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Syria, or the region of Crimea), and successfully passes the vetting process can get hired by Turing.


Note: In compliance with Federal Law, Turing does not conduct business with individuals and entities on a list called the Specially Designated Nationals ("SDN") list. If you have been suspended from Turing in the past you are not allowed to work on our platform again.

Does Turing hire senior developers/architects/tech leads/tech lead managers?

Can freshers/students apply to Turing?

Although our primary requirement for remote developers is usually at least 3 years of experience, we don't say no to exceptional developers. Take our test here to find out if we could offer something exciting for you.

Does Turing hire developers with 1 to 2 years of experience?

Ideally, a remote developer needs to have at least 3 years of relevant experience to get hired by Turing, but at the same time, we don't say no to exceptional developers. Take our test here to find out if we could offer something exciting for you.

How much experience is needed for Turing jobs?

Ideally, a remote developer needs to have at least 3 years of industry experience to get hired by Turing. However, if you think you’re extraordinarily good at what you do, we might consider making an exception for you. Take our test now to find out.

Has Turing hired any developers from my country?

Turing does not hire developers located in an OFAC Restricted Region (Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Syria, or the region of Crimea). Otherwise, we hire skilled developers from all over the world.

WHAT IS TURING'S PAYMENT STRUCTURE LIKE?

What is Turing’s payment structure like?

For fixed billing, salary is processed as per amount fixed monthly and agreed in your work engagement agreement. On an hourly basis, it is calculated as per the hours you have clocked on workspace and rate per hour agreed in the work engagement agreement.


At Turing, every engineer is allowed to set his/her rate. However, Turing will recommend a salary at which we know we can find a fruitful and long-term opportunity for you. Our recommendations are based on our assessment of market conditions and the demand that we see from our customers.


In the vast majority of cases, we recommend salaries for our developers that far exceed what they would make in their local economies. Turing's goal is to provide engineers with stable, fruitful work and long term learning opportunities, rather than have engineers frequently hop from one small project to another.

When do I receive my salary in Turing?

Salary is generally processed on the 1st of every month, and you should receive it within 3-10 working days from then, depending on your bank. Turing keeps track of your work time with time tracking software, and you will be paid for each hour of your work.

Does Turing pay in US dollars?

Yes, Turing pays its developers in US dollars only.

How much tax does Turing deduct? Will I be taxed twice, once by Turing and then my home country?

Turing does not deduct any tax while transferring your salary. You will be paid your entire amount via bank transfer. However, you might need to pay taxes according to your country’s tax laws. Also, your bank might charge you a small amount as a transaction fee.

How much does Turing pay remote developers?

At Turing, every engineer is allowed to set his/her rate. However, Turing will recommend a salary at which we know we can find a fruitful and long-term opportunity for you. Our recommendations are based on our assessment of market conditions and the demand that we see from our customers.


In the vast majority of cases, we recommend salaries for our developers that far exceed what they would make in their local economies. Turing's goal is to provide engineers with stable, fruitful work and long term learning opportunities, rather than have engineers frequently hop from one small project to another.

Will my salary have any deductions?

Turing does not make any deductions to your salary. At Turing, you get what you see.

What additional benefits does Turing provide?

We, at Turing, send you the complete compensation without deducting any taxes so that you can have the full amount and decide your expenditure accordingly. Turing is also a company with a human touch. We consider work-life balance as an essential part of our developers' wellbeing and allow them flexible working hours.

WHAT IS IT LIKE WORKING WITH TURING?

What is it like working with Turing?

Once you get a job at Turing, you’ll never have to apply for another job again. With Turing, remote developers enjoy a high compensation that surpasses local standards by a mile. Turing developers not only get the best Silicon Valley jobs but also there’s no visa hassle for them to work for top US software companies. Apart from this, we also allow a flexible time schedule. However, since most of our clients are based in the USA and work from 9 am-5 pm Pacific Standard Time (PST), for successful collaboration, developers need to have a 4-hour overlap within this timezone.

How does Turing track working hours?

Turing uses an AI-enabled time tracker to keep a record of your working hours. As a remote developer, you need to clock in the required hours. You can also clock in hours manually, but be sure to do so diligently.

Do Turing developers need to travel to the client’s site?

Turing developers are not expected to go to the client’s site. Gone are the days when developers had to undergo visa hassles and relocate to a client’s location. We believe that talent is universal and it is our aim to democratize opportunities. With Turing, now you can work for top Silicon Valley companies from the comfort of your home.

As a remote developer, how many hours do I need to work daily at Turing?

A remote software developer at Turing needs to put in 8 hours a day or 40 hours a week. Since most of our clients are based in the US and work from 9 am-5 pm Pacific Standard Time (PST), for successful collaboration, developers need to have a 4-hour overlap within this timezone.

What timezone will I have to work in at Turing?

Turing allows you to work according to your convenience. We have flexible working hours. However, since most of our clients are based in the US and work from 9 am-5 pm Pacific Standard Time (PST), for successful collaboration, developers need to have a 4-hour overlap within this timezone.

Does Turing offer gigs/part-time jobs?

Turing is primarily focused on providing developers with full-time, long-term projects. However, we might be able to offer a part-time role to remote developers in certain conditions. Regardless, we will recommend you to take our test so that if an appropriate role comes up we can contact you.

Does Turing give preference to good English communication?

Absolutely. Communication plays a crucial part in Turing’s vetting process. Since most of our clients are US-based companies, it is imperative for a remote developer to be good at English. This will not only enable you to understand your project with the current client better but also will open up more opportunities for you. So, do brush up on your English communication skills to get the best US and Silicon Valley jobs with Turing.

HOW DOES TURING'S VETTING PROCESS WORK?

How does Turing’s vetting process work?

Turing’s rigorous vetting process consists of four steps. They are -- the technical tests (MCQs and algorithm challenges), technical interview, onboarding call, Turing profile update. The Turing vetting process has been designed scientifically by our leadership team to find the best of the world's remote engineers.

How long does Turing take to clear your application?

We will let you know if you passed our Technical Interview within 24 hours of the interview. The outcome of all four steps in the vetting process will be communicated to you at the end of the onboarding call. You will become matchable following your satisfactory completion of the Turing profile update.

Is Turing's vetting process tough?

You, as a developer, will not find the Turing vetting process tough if you're good at your skills. Turing has designed a rigorous vetting process to hire the top 1% of the world’s remote software engineers. And once you get a job at Turing, you’ll never have to apply for another job again.


A candidate is expected to spend 5-10 hours on our programming tests, skill challenges, and video interviews. These tests are designed by our leadership (ex-Engineering Managers from Facebook and Google and a Stanford AI scientist) to find the best of the world's engineers.


Do you think you have the skills to become a Turing developer? Take our test to find exciting job opportunities.

How does Turing vet remote developers?

We, at Turing, hire the top 1% of the world’s remote software engineers by using a combination of human-vetting and our AI systems to match qualified engineers with our clients. We evaluate the expertise, experience, performance of remote engineers based on our coding challenges, interviews, availability, and location to help identify the best positions for each developer.

Will Turing allow me to retake their test if I fail?

Yes, we do allow remote developers to retake our test if they fail to clear it. If you retake the test within 6-months, you do not need to start over again, you will only be required to repeat the last step that you failed. However, if 6-months have elapsed since you took the test, you will be required to re-start the vetting process.

HOW DO I GET MATCHED FOR JOBS AT TURING?

How do I get matched for jobs at Turing?

Turing uses a combination of human-vetting and our AI systems to match qualified engineers with Turing clients. We evaluate your expertise, experience, performance on our coding challenges, interviews, availability, and location to help identify the best positions for each candidate.

What if I don't get a match in Turing?

More and more US-based companies are approaching us for quality remote developers. We, at Turing, are constantly trying to bring in more Silicon Valley opportunities to our platform, too. Generally, we offer a match for our developers without any unnecessary delay. But if for some reason, you don’t get a match immediately, we will do our best to get you one as quickly as possible.

How long does Turing take to provide a match?

Generally, Turing offers a job match immediately. However, in some cases, it might take between 4-6 weeks for us to find a project for you.

HOW DO I MAKE A GOOD PROFILE FOR TURING JOBS?

How do I make a good profile for Turing jobs?

Creating an awesome profile for Turing jobs is easy. Just follow this video guide and create a profile that will get you matched with our clients. If you still face any problem while making your profile, feel free to reach out to us at [email protected]

How do I close my Turing account?

If you wish to close your Turing account, please send a request via email to [email protected] and our support team will assist you in this process.

How do I get my personal data removed from Turing’s database?

Turing understands how important your personal data is. If you wish to remove your information from our database, please send a request via email to [email protected] and our support team will assist you in this process.

WHAT HAPPENS ONCE I GET MATCHED WITH A CLIENT?

What happens once I get matched with a client?

Since most of our clients are from the US, some of them might require an additional interview to assess culture fit. We will share everything we know about the client, the team, the tech stack, and the project. You’ll be prepared before any interactions with our clients.

Who shall I contact for any query once I get matched at Turing?

If you have any questions/doubts regarding anything related to your job at Turing, then please do not hesitate to send an email to [email protected] We will resolve your query as soon as possible.

Are standups mandatory at Turing?

Yes, standups are mandatory at Turing. Standups are an integral part of your engagement and help you and the customer in alignment with the discussed goal. However, if the client specifically mentions that you don’t need to work on the Turing Workspace platform, we will disable it.

What happens if I forget to clock hours at Turing?

You can clock in hours manually, but be sure to do so diligently.

How should I apply for leave at Turing?

You have to inform in advance the following people: your customer end manager, your Turing manager, and the Customer Success team ([email protected]). In case of an unforeseen emergency, just put a quick last-minute mail.

WHAT HAPPENS AFTER MY PROJECT ENDS AT TURING?

What happens after my project ends at Turing?

We, at Turing, will do our best to get you a new project within 2 weeks after the successful completion of your earlier project.

Who should I connect with on any issues related to my engagement at Turing?

If you have any issues regarding your engagement at Turing, you should send an email to [email protected] with your Turing Manager CC’d. We will get back to you within 24 hours.

How soon will I get a match after my project ends at Turing?

As a remote developer at Turing, you can expect a new project within 2 weeks after the successful completion of your earlier project.

Will Turing renegotiate my salary after my project ends?

Here at Turing, every developer is allowed to set his/her rate. However, Turing will recommend a salary at which we know we can find a fruitful and long-term opportunity for you. Our recommendations are based on our assessment of market conditions and the demand that we see from our customers.

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WHAT IS TURING?

Most unopened items in new condition and returned within 90 days will receive a refund or exchange. Some items have a modified return policy noted on the receipt or packing slip. Items that are opened or damaged or do not have a receipt may be denied a refund or exchange. Items purchased online or in-store may be returned to any store.

Online purchases may be returned via a major parcel carrier. Click here to initiate a return.

How long does it take to process a refund?

We will reimburse you for returned items in the same way you paid for them. For example, any amounts deducted from a gift card will be credited back to a gift card. For returns by mail, once we receive your return, we will process it within 4–5 business days. It may take up to 7 days after we process the return to reflect in your account, depending on your financial institution's processing time.

What is the policy for late/non-delivery of items ordered online?

Our local teams work diligently to make sure that your order arrives on time, within our normal delivery hours of 9AM to 8PM in the recipient's time zone. During busy holiday periods like Christmas, Valentine's and Mother's Day, we may extend our delivery hours before 9AM and after 8PM to ensure that all gifts are delivered on time. If for any reason your gift does not arrive on time, our dedicated Customer Service agents will do everything they can to help successfully resolve your issue.

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When will my credit card be charged?

We'll attempt to securely charge your credit card at the point of purchase online. If there's a problem, you'll be notified on the spot and prompted to use another card. Once we receive verification of sufficient funds, your payment will be completed and transferred securely to us. Your account will be charged in 24 to 48 hours.

Will I be charged sales tax for online orders?

Local and State sales tax will be collected if your recipient's mailing address is in:

  • Arizona
  • California
  • Colorado

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