Work from home:- Transcription work is near and dear to me. It is the very first work from home job I ever held.
After I quit my job to become a freelance writer, I had to have some kind of money coming in until my writing career took off.
And that’s when I found my first transcription job by accident while looking for writing gigs on Craigslist.
Although I did not have transcription experience, I applied and was (thankfully) hired after I passed a transcription test.
That job introduced me to the work-from-home world, and I’ve been working remotely ever since.
Working as a transcriptionist helped me through a difficult financial time.
Work from Home Jobs
1. GoTranscript is One of the Largest Online Transcription and Translation Agency in the world. It is among the top 3 transcription business in the world.
It is a professional audio and video transcription services company,founded in 2005 in Edinburgh, Scotland.
It provides Audio transcription, Video transcription, Translations, Subtitling, Captions services.
Also GoTranscript provides special services like Focus group transcription, Legal transcription, Medical transcription, Academic transcription, Research transcription, and Verbatim transcription.
You can earn up to $100 to $5000 US Dollars monthly. This will depend on the quality of your services rendered.
Their payment is secure and very fast via Paypal. Join them today and Hit your first Transcription job. Sign Up Now and start smiling to the bank.
Appenscribe offers global transcription jobs online. So if you are fluent in multiple languages, you will have more work available to you.
To get started, you will need to register an account and pass two small transcription tests. Contractors report different pay rates, but you can expect a rate of about $0.005 per word. Payments are made twice a month.
Work is not always available through Appenscribe, but when work is available, you can claim it any time day or night! There are non-transcription projects available at times too, if you want to expand your work-from-home earnings.
Birch Creek Communications often hires legal and corporate transcriptionists. As far as transcription jobs online for beginners, this one is pretty good since it will give you practice in areas of transcription that typically require a couple years of experience!
Pay rates vary based on type and length of file. If interested, you will need to submit an email inquiry and go through a screening process to start working.
Don’t forget, you can jump right into the world of legal transcription by taking the free legal transcription course at Transcribe Anywhere.
Daily Transcription provides corporate, legal, and entertainment transcription with same day turnaround times (hence the name!). There are no guaranteed hours or amount of work available, but they are always looking for transcriptionists at all experience levels as long as they are reliable.
Work is available on an as-needed basis. To get started, you just need to submit a short form and then head over to their testing page.
Get Transcribed : Get Transcribed offers transcription jobs online and reviewer positions, too. Of course, you have to work your way up to the reviewer/QA positions, but if you do, you can earn $0.12 per minute you review on top of the $0.23 per minute you transcribe.
Payments are made once a month via PayPal, but you need to have earned at least $100.00 otherwise your earnings rollover to the next month.
Scribie is where many aspiring typists go when they first look for transcription jobs online. There is a waiting list of thousands (yes, thousands!).
They hire worldwide and pay via PayPal. The pay rate is $10.00/audio hour.
If you complete three hours of audio in a month, you get a bonus $10.00. There are pros and cons to Scribie. The cons are the low pay.
Even as far as transcription jobs online for beginners goes, they pay pretty low. But on a positive note, there are no cash out limits and no commitments (work as much or as little as you want, when you want!).
Tigerfish offers flexible transcription jobs online. They have a ton of different project types available (focus groups, interviews, law enforcement, documentaries). You will have to complete three five-minute tests in order to be considered for paid projects.
These five-minute tests should take you about 20 minutes each to complete (if you are going way over the 20-minute mark per test, transcribing may not be worthwhile for you).
TranscribeMe posts transcription jobs online. The first step is filling out a form, after that, you will be directed to take a test.
If you pass, someone from their Operations Department will contact you within 48 hours to discuss the next steps (don’t worry, if you fail, you can retake the exam in 24 hours). Transcribers get paid per audio hour. Payments are made every week.
Ubiqus offers a ton of different transcription jobs online for beginners. If you can provide same day and next day transcripts, you are likely to receive more work.
You will need to successfully pass their application process to get started. All typists start out at the same rate regardless of experience. Payments are made every two weeks. At this time, they are only recruiting native English-speaking, U.S. residents.
Verbalink is always interested in hearing from transcriptionists who want to join their team! You will have to pass a test to get started (their test is notoriously hard!).
If you can pass, they are a great company to get in with. To get started, you will need to submit your resume and cover letter for consideration.
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