Best 40 Non-Phone Work at Home Online Typing Jobs
There are various jobs which can be done that do not require a phone as it's primary tool for getting the work done. This is a common question I've received on Facebook where I most times recommend home-based typing jobs.
In this post, I will cover the different types of work at home typing jobs and places to find work. Please note that the pay will vary for each company.
Data entry is one of the most popular non-phone work at home typing jobs which requires very little skill to get done. Despite this, it is one that can be lost quite easily if attention to detail is taken for granted. As it involved little to no brain engagement, it poses no major barrier to anyone interested in getting into space. Having an eye for detail is one of the most important requirements here. You have some sort of control over earnings and can earn as much as $15 per hour depending on how much work you are able to complete.
Here are some platforms where you can find data entry jobs.
- 11.SmartCrowd – Read more – https://thesmartcrowd.lionbridge.com/
- 12.Smart Locating – https://smartapartmentdata.com/about
- 13.Great American Opportunities – http://gafundraising.com/
- 14.Xerox – http://xerox-virtual.jobs/
- 15.SigTrack –Read more– http://sigtrack.net/
- 16.Amazon’s Mechanical Turk – Read more– https://www.mturk.com/mturk/welcome?variant=worker
- 17.TDEC – https://www.tdec.com/careers/
- 18.Microworkers – https://microworkers.com/
- 19.Clickworker – http://www.clickworker.com/become-a-clickworker
- 20.Fiverr – https://www.fiverr.com/
Transcription services are huge today. They basically involve you making a written or printed version of a video or audio file. For general transcriptions, all you need to really get started are great headphones, rapt listening and some time on your hands. With this, you are on your way to making some extra income.
- 21.Transcribe Me –Read more– https://transcribeme.com/transcription-jobs
- 22.Rev – https://www.rev.com/freelancers
- 23.Quicktate –Read more– http://typists.quicktate.com/transcribers/signup
- 24.Tigerfish – https://tigerfish.com/transcription-jobs/
- 25.SpeakWrite – https://speakwrite.com/transcription-jobs/
- 26.Verbal Ink – https://verbalink.com/jobs
- 27.Scribie – https://scribie.com/freelance-transcription#intro
- 28.Daily Transcription – https://dailytranscription.com/careers/
- 29.Casting Words –Learn more – https://workers.castingwords.com/turkers/index
- 30.Birch Creek Communications – http://www.birchcreekcommunications.com/3894/index.html
- 31.Appenscribe – http://appenscribe.appen.com.au/
- 32.1-888-TypeItUp – http://www.1888typeitup.com/transcription-jobs/
- 33.GMR Transcription – https://www.gmrtranscription.com/careers.aspx
- 34.Babble Type –Read review– http://babbletype.com/apply-for-work
- 35.Tanscription hub – http://www.transcriptionhub.com/transcriber-registration
- 36.Terescription – http://www.terescription.com/
- 37.Neal Gross – https://www.nealrgross.com/employment-opportunities
- 38.Ubiqus – https://www.ubiqus.com/contact-us/jobs/
- 39.Bam – http://www.bamtranscription.com/
- 40.3Play Media – http://www.3playmedia.com/company/jobs/
All transcriptions are not the same and some may need more skills and requirements than others due to the terminologies with which they are associated with.
One of such transcription areas is that of the medical field. Transcribing for medical purposes requires a lot more experience, often a minimum of a year. Having an AHDI-accredited training or certification is one of the basic requirements for medical transcription, however, this can be overlooked if you do have a great deal of experience.
- Amphion Medical – http://amphionmedical.com/
- MModal (formerly known as MedQuist) – https://mmodal.com/careers/
- Eight Crossings – http://www.eightcrossings.com/career.php
- Nuance – http://www.nuance-nts.com/
Just like medical transcription, legal transcription is not open to all and requires some training and/or experience before being engaged. This is due to the technicalities involved in the field. Having a transcription certification or experience in the field makes it easier for you to find a job in the field. Here are a few platforms where you can find legal transcription jobs either as a full time or part-time role.
- E-Typist – http://e-typist.com/e-typist-pre-employment-questionnaire/
- Daily Transcriptions – http://dailytranscription.com/careers/
- Net Transcripts – http://www.nettranscripts.com/
There are some platforms which are not strictly dedicated to one transcription service but do have job openings for both legal and medical transcriptions. Here are a few of such platforms.
- Athreon – http://www.athreon.com/home-transcription-work.php
- Ubiqus – https://www.ubiqus.com/
- GMR Transcription – https://www.gmrtranscription.com/careers.aspx
If you do know any which you think should be added to our list, do share with us in the comment section and it will be added.
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