Posts tagged with ‘transcriptionist’

  • Common Work-at-Home Challenges and How to Fix Them

    By Emily Belcher for The Work at Home Woman Working from home has a very popular stereotype that envisions someone resting…

    by Rachel Tirabassi
  • 18 Reasons Why We Love GearPlayer 4

    Roses are red, violets are blue, we love GearPlayer 4 and you will too! Okay, but seriously, our GearPlayer 4…

    by Rachel Tirabassi
  • 5 Reasons Not to Wear Your PJ’s to the Office

    By Patty Buccellato for The Work at Home Woman Did you start your workday at the computer in your snugglies…

    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
  • 5 New Year’s Resolutions if You Work from Home

    By Rachel Tirabassi Are you hoping to improve your career in 2019 but not sure where to start? Well, you’ve…

    by Rachel Tirabassi
  • The Ultimate Transcriptionist Christmas List: 10 Gifts You Need This Year

    By Rachel Tirabassi “I don’t know what to get you!” “You are so hard to shop for!” “What do you…

    by Rachel Tirabassi
  • 10 Tips For Landing A Freelance Transcription Job

    By Tyler Marshall for Allegis Transcriptionist Freelance transcription jobs can provide a great deal of freedom (you can work from…

    by Rachel Tirabassi
  • Work at Home Transcription Jobs: How to Create a Successful Work Environment

    By Tyler Marshall for Allegis Transcription With advances in technology and social media today, freelancing and work-from-home opportunities are available to…

    by Rachel Tirabassi
  • General Versus Medical Transcription Jobs: What’s the Difference?

    By Traci Theodoroff for Allegis Transcription The transcription industry is a wide and varied world. How do you even start…

    by Rachel Tirabassi
  • “You Know You’re a Transcriptionist When…”

    By Rachel Tirabassi As a transcriptionist, you tend to hear and see things a little differently than others. Grammatical errors…

    by Rachel Tirabassi