Question by  Jacki14 (86)

How can I find general transcription employment?


Answer by  pinkie (247)

The easiest way to look through your local classified ads. If you can't find anything there, you may want to try posting your own resume online where employers can search for you. Also search the net for blogs about general transcription. You can often find very good leads there.


Answer by  Amomsue (26)

You can find general transcription employment by searching the web including Craigslist, amazon mturk, and transcription forums. You can also find general transcription work by contacting churches about having sermons transcribed and by contacting schools, colleges, universities, etc., about having classes and lectures transcribed. Another type of general transcription work can also be found by contacting local radio stations.


Answer by  Olive (1195)

There is a web site for everything. Google "general transcription employment" and you'll find a couple that will point you in the right direction. Word of mouth is great too, so let everyone you know know that you are looking for a transcription job. The more specialized your skills, the better, such as legal or medical.


Answer by  vishu (31)

Many of the leading Market Research companies like TNS Research, Nielsen Research, Synovate Research outsource general transcription work. They hire transcribers for transcription of their Group discussion and Depth interview audios.

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