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The 27 Best Online Transcription Jobs for everyone - part 3

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Have you noticed that there will be a huge demand for online transcription in 2022?

The 27 Best Online Transcription Jobs for everyone - part 3
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11. Transcript Divas

If you’re a “can-do” person, Transcript Divas is looking for you. The company wants people who can deliver on time, are accurate and are motivated to “over-deliver” to their clients. Each week, they’ll ask you how much work you can do and send you the right projects when they come in. To apply, you’ll have to take an entrance exam, but only the people who pass will get a call from the company to set up a phone meeting.

Hires people all over the world.

Pay: The company says that it pays fair wages and that it pays more than many of the other companies on this list. In 2020, they paid an average rate of $2.19 per minute for each audio minute.

12. 3Play Media

In 3Play Media, you’ll be editing an AI-generated transcript rather than listening and typing from scratch. This is a great company for beginners because you’ll be editing rather than listening and typing from scratch. However, they have a lot of formatting rules that can slow you down until you get used to them.

Only transcriptionists who live in the United States work on these kinds of projects.

Pay: $10 — $30 for each hour of audio that you buy from the store.

13. Ways With Words

There are a lot of countries where transcribers can work for this UK-based company, but not all. It’s easy for new people to get in, and they’ll teach you if you get in. Before you can start working, though, you’ll have to pass their tests.

Hires people all over the world.

To pay $0.45 — $1.73 for every minute of audio that you buy through PayPal. Payments are made every month.

14. Appen

Appen is a micro-work site that includes audio transcription as one of its jobs. You can make extra money even if you don’t know how to do it.

Hires people all over the world.

Most jobs pay by the job. There is a company called Aspen that can pay you anywhere from $2 to $10 an hour.

15. Transcription Hub

People who work for Transcription Hub transcribe everything from interviews to sermons to classroom lectures to podcasts, and more. If you start, they’ll classify you as either Gold, Silver, or Bronze, based on how well you do at first.

Hires people all over the world.

Pay: It costs about $0.75 per minute of audio.

16. BAM

BAM is based in Los Angeles and works mostly in the film and TV industry. The company is looking for people who can type quickly and accurately, but they prefer to hire people who have done this before. To get into the school, you’ll have to pass a simple skills test first.

Hires people all over the world.

Bam doesn’t say how much it pays its freelancers or anything else that might be important to them on its website. To find out anything, they want you to send an email to [email protected]

17. Allegis

Allegis is a company that specializes in insurance and legal transcription and has a lot of work for transcriptionists. Before you have an interview, they check your typing skills, spelling, grammar, and other things. There is a program that everyone who is accepted goes through to make sure they improve their quality.

Only transcriptionists who live in the United States work on these kinds of projects.

It pays per page, which on average works out to between $13 and $17 an hour.

18. Purple Shark

Purple Shark is a company run by women. It gives high-quality services to businesses, authors, journalists, and Ph.D. students. They require a lot of internet research to make sure that names, places, and other words that are relevant to the subject are spelled correctly.

Only transcriptionists who live in the United States work on these kinds of projects.

Not on their website, but some websites say that they charge $1 per audio minute.

19. Transcriptions Alpha Dog

Alpha Dog transcriptionists work with narrative and documentary films, reality shows, lectures, meetings, interviews, and podcasts. They also work with podcasts. They want transcriptionists who have worked for at least a year and are good at what they do. You must be able to work at least five hours of audio each week.

Only transcriptionists who live in the United States work on these kinds of projects.

Pay: $0.90 to $2.75 per minute of audio that you listen to. Zelle is used for processing payroll.

20. SpeakWrite

To work for Speak Write, you need to be able to do legal, general, or Spanish transcription from home. They have a lot of different jobs that can be done at different times. However, if the company wants to hire you, you’ll need to be able to type at least 60 wpm with 90% accuracy.

People who work in the United States and Canada are the only transcriptionists who can do that.

If you work for a company, you can make $450 a month on average and $3,400 a month at the top level.

21. Ubiqus

Ubiqus, which is based in France, hires transcription and summary writers who work part-time and on their schedules. Their transcriptionists write down everything that is said in full and then format them to meet the project’s requirements, including time-stamping when needed.

Hires people all over the world.

Pay: It doesn’t say on the website.

22. Outsourced.

Transcribe audio for Law Enforcement, Medical, Financial, Legal, and General customers. Transcription Outsourcing has teams that work on these types of projects. They prefer transcriptionists who have done this before.

Only transcriptionists who live in the United States work on these kinds of projects.

In legal and law enforcement, you get paid from $0.80 to $1.10 a minute for each minute. It costs between $0.80 and $1.10 per minute to do academic, financial, and general business work. Between $0.07 and $0.10 per line for medical things.

23. Neal R. Gross

This transcription company specializes in legal work, providing court reporting and transcription to clients around the world. They are looking for someone who can type quickly and who can work on overnight transcriptions.

Only transcriptionists who live in the United States work on these kinds of projects.

Pay: It’s not clear what you’ll get.

24. Quicktate

If you’re good at transcribing voicemail messages, memos, and letters, Quicktate wants you to work as a freelance transcriptionist. They want you to have good spelling, punctuation, and listening skills, and they stress that you need to pay attention to what they say.

Hires people all over the world.

In general, general transcription pays $0.01 for every 4 words, while medical transcription pays $0.01 for every 2 words.

25. Audio Transcription Center

This 56-year-old transcription company says that if you want to work for them, you don’t need to have any experience with transcription. But you should be able to type at least 80 wpm, have good computer and research skills, and know a lot about the world around you. The website doesn’t say if the company hires people from all over the world or only hires people from the US.

Pay: $1 for every minute of audio you want to pay for

26. Automatic Sync Technologies (AST)

There are often tight deadlines for AST’s projects, so they look for transcriptionists who know how to keep track of their own time. It would be a good idea to be able to speak at least one of the following languages: English, German, French, or Spanish.

Only transcriptionists who live in the United States work on these kinds of projects.

Pay: It’s not public.

27. Upwork

If you’d rather work for yourself than for transcription companies, then look for jobs on Upwork or one of the other job boards.

Hires people all over the world.

Pay: It’s up to you and your clients to figure out how much you should get paid.

Conclusion

As a whole, there are a lot of places where transcription is becoming a lot more important.

It’s a good way to get paid while you learn or improve your transcription skills. Progress can come from the platform you work for, or you can leave and work for yourself with it.

If you need to buy a few things for the week, most online transcription jobs will pay you some money, but not very much. Make some extra money after the kids go to bed.

Even so, if you’re expecting to get a high-paying job that you can do full-time, you’ll be a little let down by this.

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