Author: Lucy Wyndham

5 Ways to Become a Successful Work-From-Home Transcriptionist

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A growing number of people are discovering the joys of working from home. According to a study, an estimated 3 million American professionals are employed full-time or part-time online. Industries that are most likely to offer remote work include medical and health, government, finance, customer service, and computer and information technology. Medical transcriptionists, in particular, are in very high demand, and according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ 2015 data, the median hourly rate for transcriptionists is $17.17—which is considerably higher than the minimum hourly wage in the country today. Continue reading

Lucy Wyndham began her career as an international teacher before spending close to a decade in business development. On becoming a mother for the second time, she decided it was time to take a step back and move into freelance writing.

Staying Productive While Transcribing at Home

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Being a work from home transcriptionist and staying productive at the same time means freedom; freedom to set your own hours and work where and when you want, all while earning a handsome income. This freedom is why it’s such an attractive career for parents, those with caring responsibilities, or simply people who feel suffocated by a traditional office job. With plenty of ways to find transcription jobs online, this kind of work is becoming more accessible than ever before. But transcribing at home has its challenges. Sometimes, it can be hard to motivate yourself and stay focused in your home environment, so here is a list of things that can help. Continue reading

Lucy Wyndham began her career as an international teacher before spending close to a decade in business development. On becoming a mother for the second time, she decided it was time to take a step back and move into freelance writing.

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