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UPDATE: Due to the Coronavirus impact on our business (slight pullback in orders, coupled with significant demand from our existing transcription team for part-time, flexible work) we are not currently hiring or reviewing applications. Feel free to submit your application. It will be reviewed when we start hiring. We cannot confidently say when that will happen at this time.

Our expectations for our transcription team:

  • We are looking to hire transcriptionists that can produce high-quality transcripts that do not need to be edited
  • We expect our team to look up words that are difficult / challenging, utilizing Google and other search engines when appropriate
  • We hire transcriptionists that take pride in delivering high-quality work
  • Payments are processed via PayPal or Upwork each week. Signing up for PayPal is free / easy and available in most countries.
  • International applicants welcome!

About the application process:

  • Fill out your personal information below
  • Listen carefully to the audio clips, and transcribe them as per the instructions
  • Note that our definitions of “standard” and “verbatim” transcription are listed below
  • Pay special attention to grammar and punctuation

When you’ll hear back:

  • We review applications during the first week of each month
  • Because of the number of applications we receive, we do not reach out to each applicant or provide feedback on individual applications
  • If you haven’t heard back from us by the second week of the month following the month you applied (e.g. if you applied any time in June and it’s the second week of July), then please feel free to reach out to us at
  • Personal Information

  • IMPORTANT: We cannot accept / hire anyone in California due to California's new AB-5 bill.

  • Work Experience and Availability

  • Transcription Samples

  • This is the most popular and standard form of transcription. It edits out filler words such as “umm,” “uhh,” and “like.” It also excludes stutters, false-starts, and repetitive words; making the transcript easier to read without changing any meaning and without exercising editorial discretion.
    Verbatim transcription includes filler words such as “umm,” “uhh,” and “like.” It also includes stutters, false-starts, repetitive words, and sounds (such as laughter). The aim is to transcribe all audible content.