ladybug wrote:Are you looking for transcription work or just typing from handwritten text?
ladybug wrote: I doubt you will find any work typing for authors because of the nature of the work. From my experience they usually want somebody with experience in whatever field they're writing, and may even want some kind of degree in English.
Paul D'Arcy wrote:I have a close friend that has contracted work (writing) for Mercedes Benz and Ford Motor -but it was really difficult for her to break into at the start.
She had a journalism degree and had written for the local newspaper for over 15 years. That probably helped.
Yep, you're right. I have decided to pursue another avenue which should prove more profitable. Will let you know how that's going. But, so sad that you have all these scams out there disguised as 'typing' at-home jobs. I fell for a few of those, but I was lucky enough to recoup my money everytime. Thanks for your input.ladybug wrote:As far as doing it from handwritten stuff -- never seen it, not on the internet. It's way too easy for somebody to just sit in front of a computer and talk into a microphone. I guess that's not to say it isn't out there, but if somebody has the knowledge to scan a document and send it to somebody then chances are they have the knowledge to type it themselves.
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