If you are a great typist and speller, you may be interested in one of these online typing jobs.
As a typist, you would be typing/transcribing documents from audio. The pay is usually based on the length of the audio. The hours are flexible; and you would be working as an independent contractor. Expect to take an online exam to get started.
Visit the websites below to see if there are any current openings and to apply.
American High Tech Transcription & Reporting – They have English typing/transcription jobs and foreign translation jobs.
Working Solutions – Help customers with sales, service and tech support. You would be doing phone, email and chat work.
Transcribeme – No experience is required, but you must pass an exam. Study their Style Guide in the Transcriptionist Portal. As a typist/transcriber for them, you will be transcribing short clips that are up to 2 minutes in length. You can transcribe as many as you like. There is no limit.
Rev.com – They have a variety of transcription jobs – lectures, interviews, podcasts, etc. You would be transcribing audio files. Before you start a project, you will see information listed about the content, subject, deadline and pay.
Speakwrite – There are general and legal assignments. General applicants should have 1+ years of experience. Those planning to work on legal documents need to have 2+ years of experience working in a law firm.
Birch Creek Communications – Their projects are for corporate transcriptionists to transcribe audio files.
Kendall Creek Communications – They look for experienced legal transcriptionists. You would transcribe audio files for Social Security, Veterans Affairs, Immigration, and legal clients.
Quicktake – You could be transcribing voicemail messages, memos, letters, legal documents, medical documents, etc.