What countries does TranscribeMe hire from?

We hire transcribers from anywhere in the world.

What experience/skills do I need to get started?

We require transcribers to have a strong command of the English language, its syntactical and grammatical rules; to be able to recognize American English accents/speech; and, to have a decent typing speed.

What equipment do I need to get started?

You don’t need any special equipment. What you do need: a reasonable computer with Google Chrome and a reliable internet connection.

How do I get started?

Please register here (http://workhub.transcribeme.com/) and take our Transcriber Training programme. If successful in completion, you will be notified of your account's activation shortly after.

What are the maximum/minimum number of hours I can work?

TranscribeMe does not have a maximum or a minimum number of hours that you have to work. The beauty of our system is that you can work as little, or as much as you want! As long as there is work available on the WorkHub you are free to take it, and you can take a break whenever you want.

What if I’m looking for a part-time or full-time role?

The wonderful thing about TranscribeMe is the amount of time you would like to work. You can work full-time or part-time as long as there are files available.

How much do I get paid?

Transcribers are paid US $20 per audio hour for general transcription, although different projects and specializations may offer higher rates. Please note that this figure (“per audio hour”) pertains to the length of audio transcribed as opposed to the length of time taken to transcribe the audio.

When / how will I get paid?

Transcribers can request payment withdrawals through PayPal weekly.

What other opportunities are available for transcribers?

Transcribers also have the chance to become QA (Quality Assurance) agents, responsible for consolidating, proofreading and editing transcriptions. There are also further specializations, such as special project teams and captioning transcription teams. These other opportunities often entail different, greater, pay scales than our standard transcription rate.

I am already a transcriber/QA with TranscribeMe – where can I find information specific to the actual transcription and QA tasks at hand?

The Transcriber and QA guides can be found on the HelpDesk, in the Knowledge Base resources. You can also submit a Ticket on our HelpDesk for work-related queries.

Who can I get in touch with if I have more questions about work opportunities?

You can submit a Ticket on our HelpDesk letting us know you're interested.

What is a foot pedal?

The USB foot pedal is designed for your convenience whether you are dictating in a hands free environment or transcribing. Also using the pedal you can control the audio player buttons by your feet. To use it, please download and install our plugin at Chrome web store.

Create a New Account

We are excited you are here! Here you will have the opportunity to grow professionally, choose your own hours and work location, make great new friends from all over the world, and, best of all, make money every week. Everyone starts off from transcription and as you get more experience, other positions will become available to you.

Please read our FAQ before continuing with the registration process.

Once you finish the short registration process, your next step will be complete our training and exam course. All applicants who successfully pass the training course will be contacted shortly and will have paid work available to them. In some cases, you may have to be put on a short waitlist as we process your registration.

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