Posts tagged with ‘careers’

  • Some truths about transcription

    By Learn to Transcribe We wanted some facts, indisputable facts.  So we pulled from our own expertise in the business over…

    by Rachel Tirabassi
  • She’s a pro at working from home: River Mist Transcription Services thriving business for Grand Island woman

    By Robert Pore for The Grand Island Independent While the COVID-19 pandemic has forced people to innovate at the workplace,…

    by Rachel Tirabassi
  • The Impact of COVID-19 on the Transcription Industry

    By Rachel Tirabassi Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. medical transcription industry was already in a fragile state. More…

    by Rachel Tirabassi
  • Medical Transcription: Still Room In-House

    By Elizabeth S. Goar for For the Record Step inside several departments that have—in one form or another—survived the overwhelming…

    by Rachel Tirabassi
  • How to Overcome Burnout When You Work From Home

    By Deborah Sweeney from The Work at Home Woman When it comes to burnout, we tend to associate the concept with…

    by Rachel Tirabassi
  • 23 Reasons Why Transcriptionists Love their Job

    Rough weeks at work are inevitable. Tight deadlines, difficult audio files, and unreasonable clients can put a real damper on…

    by Rachel Tirabassi
  • Simple Steps to Improve Your Upright Sitting Posture

    By Anne Asher, CPT for Very Well Health No matter what your mother may have told you, sitting up straight…

    by Rachel Tirabassi
  • Common Challenges Transcriptionists Face and How to Handle Them: Part Two

    By Transcribe Anywhere We previously discussed how to deal with poor audio quality, an issue that deserved its very own…

    by Rachel Tirabassi
  • Starting as a transcriptionist? Here’s what you need to know!

    By Rachel Tirabassi Congratulations! You have a new gig as a transcriptionist. Time to get clients and start rolling in…

    by Rachel Tirabassi
  • 43 Embarrassing Grammar Mistakes Even Smart People Make

    By Christina DesMarias for Inc.com When someone uses grammar incorrectly do you make an assumption about his or her intelligence…

    by Rachel Tirabassi
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