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Does It Matters What Counrty I Live In?

The answer of this question is different for different people. It all depends on the customer needs. The best advice for a transcriptionist is to position their work based on their skills and strengths.
Here are some suggestions for positioning yourself for a transcription job:

  • Experienced Local Transcriptionists – Showcase certificates and highlight experience and testimonials when applying for work-from-home transcription projects. Highlight your level of understanding of the area and familiarity with the subject matter if pitching for a local project,.  

  • Experienced Transcriptionists not Local – Highlight testimonials, certificates, experience and offer “Guarantees” for accuracy of work in the pitch.  

  • New Local Transcriptionists – Highlight understanding of the issues and certificate. Offer references of the company (companies) worked or completed internship program of Transcription Certification Institute (Internship Program).  

  • New Transcriptionists not Local –Transcription Certification Institute Certificate and internship experience, along with satisfaction guarantee and low cost (at least for the first few clients) will be most important while applying for a transcription job in a new place (Country/City). 

People who may be living in a foreign country, but have experience living or working in another country could easily become a general transcriptionist and enjoy a superior standard of living. For example, people who have relocated from USA to low-cost countries can easily become a successful transcriptionist and earn a comfortable living. 

People living in another country who have the experience of interacting with people of say USA can become a successful transcriptionist for US projects after completion of certification and internship. Call center operators based in the Philippines or India can easily do simple general transcription work for American customers because of their experiences talking to Americans as part of their call center work. A typical call center operator in India can easily quadruple their income and still undercut their competitors by getting certified and trained as a work-from-home general transcriptionist.