Work from Home Transcription Jobs for Beginners (or Experts)

Work from Home Transcription Jobs for Beginners (or Experts)


By Chris Durst – Dec. 1, 2016

For the many people who would like to work from home but who are not interested in a phone job, transcription may be the answer and 1-888-TYPE-IT-UP could be a great place to start!

The company is seeking Transcriptionists – with or without experience, as long as you can pass their test.

Regarding experience, the love people with experience, but they also state, “if you can pass our transcription test and you can meet our ‘AFR’ standards (accuracy, formatting, reliability), we are always happy to bring you on board our team of dedicated transcriptionists. We completely understand the conundrum of needing experience to land a contract while needing to gain experience at the same time. After all, our first clients had to give us a chance too. As long as you can deliver good work and prove to be reliable while working from home, we are happy to work with you as one of our transcriptionists.

Note: They also say, “…please be very careful reading the test instructions and taking your time with our short test. Although we receive hundreds of applications every week, most applicants fail our test as a result of not double-checking their work.”

From their site:

We are one of the highest-paying transcription companies on the Internet. Our lowest pay rate is $36 per audio hour, and this only applies in cases where clients will only agree to pay $1 per audio minute or $60 per audio hour. We understand this is far too low, but due to competitors’ predatory pricing, we do allow clients to submit files with reasonable audio quality and slower turnaround times for only $1 per audio minute. We strive as much as possible to pay our transcriptionists $1 to $2 per audio minute and up depending on audio quality and special features. Our full pay scale ranges from $0.60 per audio minute ($36 per audio hour) to $3/min ($180 per audio hour).

We do not offer periodic raises but rather file-specific bonuses. Pay rates vary per file depending on the client’s budget and your past performance.

How do you pay?
We pay twice a month via PayPal on the 15th and last day of the month. We require all transcriptionists to submit Net 10 invoices via PayPal by the 5th and 18th of the month (approximately 10 calendar days prior to payment).


Click here to learn more and to apply!

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