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A few years ago, I left my job at a pharmacy to take care of the house and my mother.

About 6 months later, my best friend started working for a transcription company that an online friend of his owned. I joked and said "good, get rich and higher me as an assistant."  Two weeks later I was offered a job.  That was 2 years ago.  I've been working with the company sense.

I now manage 3 of my own accounts, with close to 15-20 transcriptionists.  I'm one of the few people I know who can say I love my job. 

Some days I wish I had a uniform/dress code and a place to go, but all in all, I wouldn't trade it for anything else.

NoOneOfConsequence NoOneOfConsequence
22-25, F
3 Responses Apr 21, 2008

Hi. Your story of working from home is interesting? Do you have a website or anything? Also, if you need some quick cash or a way to discover a new type of home based business you can go here:

You could search the web for freelance work or have like some way for commercialising a product that you receive sales revenue for like a book.

Did you have to do any type of training, I have been considering getting into transcriptioning, but I'm not sure about everything I would have to do. Could you give me a little insight possibly? Thanks