Looking for a steady, work from home job that you can do anywhere? We offer the incredible opportunity for hard-working, detail-oriented people to join a community of transcription professionals.
We’re a top-rated work from home employer, allowing flexible and steady work transcribing audio and video files. Our transcriptionists live and work throughout the world, boasting backgrounds and language fluencies that are equally as diverse. Here are just a few of the reasons why transcriptionists around the world love working for TranscribeMe:
Great Pay Scale
We believe in paying people a livable wage and guarantee regular payouts. In fact, our rate is the highest that the transcription industry offers by far – starting at $20/audio hour, with even higher rates per audio hour for more specialized industries, such as Legal and Medical/Healthcare.
The flexibility to work when you want, how much you want, and wherever you want is one of our biggest draws. Because you only need a good Internet connection (and maybe some quality headphones) to get the job done, you can live and work anywhere around the world – really!
Commuting is bad for your health; it’s a fact. By choosing a position that allows you to work from home as a skilled transcriptionist, you’ll effectively avoid that awful daily commute and save yourself time, energy, and avoid a lot of stressful situations. Plus, you’ll have more time to take care of yours – it’s a win-win.
Promotions aren’t just made for our internal employees. our transcriptionists are our most valued workers, and we aim to reward for hard work! We offer advancement opportunities for transcriptionists who want just a little bit more, with great, higher responsibility positions to grow into.
When you become a transcriptionist, you’ll automatically be a part of one of the largest crowd-sourced communities anywhere; over 300,000 transcriptionists strong, and growing! Our community also offers complete support from managers and coworkers, fun engagements and sweepstakes to win fun prizes and more!
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This article was originally published on January 24, 2017.