Transcription Jobs. Who can be a Diva?
Interested in transcription jobs? If you’d love to work from home with flexible hours, would prefer a shorter commute, or like to wear a dressing gown at work then a transcription job on the Transcript Divas transcriptionist team could be for you!
We have all sorts of Divas working for us. What they share is the ability to deliver on time, they like to get things right, and they realize that over-delivering to a client secures the Diva-dom for everyone.
How much is a Transcriptionist paid?
As an example, in September 2019 our highest rate was $2.98/minute of recording transcribed (our lowest rate was $0.84/minute). The average rate we paid transcriptionists over the month was $1.39/minute.
Just to be clear from the onset, we are NOT here to ‘short change’ transcriptionists or ‘rip transcriptionists off’. This is not what Transcript Divas are about and never will be. We aim to beat the average hourly rate for transcriptionists working in the USA. We also commit to enabling contractors to hit above the Living Wage for New York.
Transcript Divas are commonly seen amongst the contractors as paying the highest, or near the highest, contractor rates in the United States. It is not uncommon for team members to end up working with us for a number of years. They just like it.
The rates depend on what the client orders. In general, the more time it takes to transcribe a certain project (e.g. poor quality recording/more people speaking etc.) the more we need to charge the client. In turn, the higher the rate is for the typist.
Want to be a Diva? Then apply for a transcription job today!
Our acceptance standards for applicants are high to ensure that we deliver our 200% Guarantee to clients. We are looking for transcriptionists whose standards are equally high. If this sounds like you, we look forward to hearing from you.
PLEASE NOTE: We will need to verify the information you include in the application.
Please note, the Diva-dom gets 10-15 applications a week for openings so we can only contact applicants we are looking at taking to the next stage of the process. If you are approved by Human Resources, we will contact you for a phone interview. Good Luck!