Are you looking for a work from home position in:

Data Entry? Typing? Clerical? Word Processing?

Our database contains many of the freshest job openings on the Internet for individuals who qualify for such positions. Before you immediately seek out one of these traditional positions, consider the following...

The plain and simple fact is that there is great competition for these jobs. For each of these jobs that we post, there are typically several thousand applicants competing for that position. The great majority of applicants may find themselves applying for several positions before they land one of these sought after jobs. You may be waiting for a long time before you find your ideal job this way.


Did you know that you can apply all of the skills that you would otherwise use in your traditional data entry job as a professional in the field of Medicine? Yes, that's right. Your existing skills are the basis for an exciting career as a Medical Transcriptionist or "MT" for short.

MTs are basically the "typists" or "data entry" personnel of the medical profession. The main difference is that they deal exclusively with dictated medical data as opposed to other types of data. If you are serious about making money from home as a data entry person, typist, word processor or clerical support staff, you owe it to yourself to check out this rewarding career opportunity. MTs are always in demand, and are earning an average of $34,050 a year.1

Despite recessions, certified medical transcriptionists still have a very promising employment opportunity. "It's a great job. You can work part-time or full time. My editor for many years worked part-time as a transcriptionist because she wanted to stay home with her young children and it was a good fit for her. You start at $30,000 a year and you can either work for a major organization and work independently and they're hiring 18,000 a year." - Dennis Damp on CNN's Your Money - November 30, 2008 - Full Text

Many medical transcription companies give hiring preference to certified graduates from a reputable or accredited school. Most also require at least 3 years experience in order to be considered for employment, and that you maintain a 95%+ consistency in accuracy in your transcribed reports once hired. Please visit our Home Based Online Medical Courses section if you are interested in pursuing a career in this field.

1 U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Occupational Outlook Handbook for Medical Transcriptionists