Transcription from home is another great way to work from home.
There are many different websites that offer this type of job which I will get into later. Many of them do require you to take a typing test and a general grammar and syntax exam to make sure you have a good command of the English language. Don’t stress about it because most people do pretty good. Even if you don’t get it the first time, you can usually try again maybe a month later.
One of the best things about Transcription from Home is that you can be a total novice and get work. That means if you just want to dip your feet in and try it, you can. Also, it’s a set your own hours kind of job so you can work as little or as much as you’d like.
When looking for legitimate transcription jobs, it’s important to do your research. When I started looking at the possibility of doing them, I asked around on social media. Believe it or not, social media is a GREAT place to get honest reviews from people doing the types of jobs you may be looking to do when it comes to working from home. There were many options that people tossed out and it was up to me to do my research. Here’s a list of a few transcription companies that hire new and seasoned workers.
Transcription from Home Companies:
To be clear, you’re not going to make a TON of money, at least initially if you just do Transcription from Home. However, there’s definitely money to be made. This is especially true if you take on many jobs (as long as you can meet deadlines) and work with multiple good companies. The limits you have with Transcription from Home are up to you. As with any work from home opportunity, do your research and find the best fit for you.
The limits you have with Transcription from Home are up to you. As with any work from home opportunity, do your research and find the best fit for you.
That’s it for this week! To see my last entry about Direct Sales companies go here. Next week, all about my journey to working from home so far so stay tuned!