by Chris Durst Dec. 27, 2016
Tigerfish, a transcription company that provides services for companies like Capital One, Google, Sony, JPMorgan, NASA, VISA and many others, is always on the lookout for transcribers to join their team.
Beginners and experienced transcribers are accepted as long as they can transcribe accurately from audio. The company tells applicants, “Your transcription times will improve. Ultimately we’re interested in working with people who can accurately transcribe a minute of recorded material,” on the page where applicants are tested.
You need to be an attentive listener, as you’ll be typing what you hear from recordings that are made in meetings and a variety of other settings. You’ll hear different accents and terminology that, in some cases, may require you to replay to make sure you’re understanding correctly.
While the company does not list their rate of pay on the site, we have spoken with several people who work for them and we’ve been told that, with practice, you can easily make $15/hour.
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