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Some thoughts on transcription - Been there, done that

Posted: Sep 14th, 2022 - 10:42 am In Reply to: Advice for newbie - Melissa

You do not “incorporate the job into your daily routine,” that is why it is called a job. You are probably going to have a set schedule assigned by your company or you will need the self discipline to determine a schedule and commit to those hours. This is how it would be if you went to the office, and working from home should not be any different. You might have trouble getting hired as a newbie, and I would agree that you need a plan B. The pay isn’t very good anymore unless you are able to produce a lot of work. Some people are navigating toward transcription in areas other than medical, and you might find more work doing that. No one pays by the hour, and if there’s no work available you won’t get paid. You will also be responsible for your own health insurance and might not find any place that offers paid time off. You will also have to provide your own equipment. Regardless of where you work, just be sure to investigate things carefully before you commit.


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