10 Work at Home Typing Jobs To Apply For

Are you looking for a work at home typing job? Then you are in luck! There are several companies hiring right now for people to work at home doing jobs that involve typing.

These jobs are varied — you may be doing transcription, data entry, or chat agent work — but for all of them, typing is primarily what you will be doing.

People ask me about finding “typing jobs” all the time, so today I thought it may be good to put together a list for everyone to just see what's out there right now in that category.

Good luck to you if you apply for anything listed below!

10 Work at Home Typing Jobs to Apply For

1 – Allegis Transcription – Transcribers

Allegis is now hiring work at home transcribers. You need fast and accurate typing and word processing skills to qualify. The pay rate is listed at $15 to $20 hourly, but it's not clear if this is per hour or per audio hour (transcriptionists are usually paid per audio hour).

You can read our review of Allegis or here to apply.

2 – Scribekick – Remote Medical Scribes

Scribekick is hiring remote medical scribes in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Utah, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana or Virginia.

You must be able to type 60 wpm or better. Must also have high school diploma or GED.

Pay rate not listed, but says it's based on experience.

Go here for more details and to apply.

3 – Proofreading Pal – Proofreaders

Proofreading Pal is hiring remote proofreaders. This is open to people in the US and possibly other countries.

To qualify to proofread for Proofreading Pal, you must have a college degree or be in the process of obtaining one.

According to their website, most of their proofreaders earn anywhere between $500 to $3,000 per month. It will just depend on how active you are with them.

Note they will not be onboarding until late March of 2024.

Go here to apply with Proofreading Pal.

4 – Babbletype – Transcribers

Babbletype is looking for transcribers to work remotely doing market research transcription. The pay rate is listed at between $10 and $16 per hour, but again, this is mostly per audio hour (the length of time it takes you to transcribe an hour of audio). Babbletype is seeking people with a high degree of skill in language, listening ability, and ability to deal with more sophisticated transcript formats.

You can read our Babbletype review, or go here to apply for this position now.

5 – Same Day Transcriptions – Research Transcriber

Same Day Transcriptions is hiring research transcribers in the US.

They're looking for professional transcriptionists with experience with interview transcription, especially in the areas of research.

If you have done work in healthcare sciences (not to be confused with medical dictation), even better.

Go here for more details and to apply.

6 – Study.com – Freelance Writers

Study.com needs freelance writers to work at home writing original, high-quality articles that will help students pass exams and enter the career landscape with confidence.

This role requires some experience writing and researching informational articles.

Study.com does not list the pay rate.

Go here for more details and to apply.

7 – Smith.ai – Virtual Receptionists

Smith.ai has a need for remote, virtual receptionists in the US.

Must have great communication skills and be able to type at least 40 wpm. Note that while typing is a big part of your job with them, you may also have to occasionally make and receive phone calls.

Starting pay is $15 per hour, and benefits include bonuses, medical, dental, vision, and retirement plans.

Go here for more details and to apply.

8 – eScribers – Legal Proofreader

eScribers is hiring legal proofreaders in the US.

You will be part of a team of proofreaders who ensure the integrity of hearing transcripts from courts across the U.S.  This includes verifying the accuracy of the audio record as well as adhering to the strict formatting guidelines each jurisdiction requires.

As an independent contractor you will be compensated on a per-page basis. This is comparable to other professionals in the legal proofreading field.

You will submit/approve invoices for the work you complete and will be paid weekly via direct deposit.

Go here for more details and to apply, or read our eScribers review.

9 – IXL Learning – Freelance Science Content Writer

IXL Learning is currently hiring freelance science content writers.

You will be writing sentences, paragraphs, and longer passages for use in online activities.

This is a remote, 1099 consulting role for three months with a possible extension.

Requires BA/BS degree in a scientific field.

Go here for more details and to apply.

10 – ShoutVox – Freelance Content Writers

Shoutvox is looking for freelance content writers, anywhere in the US.

Must have understanding of SEO and MS Office proficiency, as well as excellent writing skills and ability to adhere to strict deadlines.

Go here for more details and to apply.

That wraps up our list of work at home typing jobs open now! Because this post is time sensitive (dated 2/24), these jobs may not be open at the time you view this post.

If a job is closed, don't be discouraged. Just keep tabs on the company's “Hiring” page and check back later. We will update and republish this post in the future with fresh information.

11 – Bonus Tip – Check FlexJobs For Even More Typing Jobs

FlexJobs is one of my favorite sites to use for finding remote jobs and learning about new companies that hire remotely. Most of what I see there when I check the listings pays well above minimum wage and are known companies.

The great thing about FlexJobs is that they guarantee ALL listings are scam-free. They list hundreds of jobs — all of which are either remote or flexible in nature — five days per week. There are also no ads on the site.

Because there are no ads, they do charge a membership fee since that is the only way they can see a return on their job-searching efforts. But it's cheap — you can get access to their listings for just $2.95 for a few weeks to be sure you like it!

If you sign up and don't like it, it's very easy to cancel right away so you are not billed again for the following month.

Go here to check out FlexJobs.

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