Different Types of Typing Jobs
Just like the term “typing jobs” can be very broad so are data entry and transcription. I’ll give you the basics but just remember you’ll be doing specifics when you land a job!
Data entry is simply taking data provided by a company and entering it into some sort of system or spreadsheet. This could be entering payroll items into a system for employers, catalog items into a system for retailers, and compiling lists of customer interactions for businesses, just to name a few.
The type of data entry job you get just depends on the industry you’re working with.
Most data entry jobs do not require a college education. You will need to have good communication skills, grammar, and of course, computer experience.
Transcription is another type of work from home job that is interchangeably used with data entry and typing jobs. At the most basic level transcription is simply typing audio versions of documents. This could be lectures, workshops, conference calls, podcasts, and more.
With work at home transcription you are working off of recorded audio and no college degree is usually required for work from home transcription jobs.
Transcription. Transcription is another type of work from home job that is interchangeably used with data entry and typing jobs. At the most basic level transcription is simply typing audio versions of documents
uicktate – QuickTate hires work from home typists to transcribe voice messages and various audio files. You’ll have to take a quiz to see if you qualify for a position with them and also pass a background check. No college degree is needed. You can apply here.
Dion Data Solutions – Dion Data Solutions hires part time data entry specialists. You must be able to type at 60 wpm, have a computer running Windows XP, and a stable internet connection. Dion Data Solutions provides all training for free. You can apply here.
Scribie – Is a transcription company that hires independent contractors to transcribe short audio files. The pay is $10 per 1 hour of audio. They also pay a $10 bonus on a monthly basis for every three hours’ worth of audio transcribed. All work is on a first come first serve basis and is expected to have a two hour turnaround time. If performance is good you can move up from a transcriber to a reviewer. You can apply here.
Aberdeen – Aberdeen hires real time captionists and transcribers. You can visit this page to see the current job openings they have available. If there is a job you’re interested in you can view the instructions at the top of the page to apply.
25 freelancers are bidding on average ₹919/hour for this job
I'm perfect for this job with very good typing speed with 60-70 RPM and internet knowledge as well. I'm using MS Office since 2008 and i think its enough to describe myself.