10 Best Work From Home Jobs for Typing

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With the help of technology, working from home has become an increasingly viable option for people interested in balancing their professional and personal lives. Whether you’re looking to balance the responsibilities of parenthood, care for an aging parent, or simply spend less time commuting and more time earning money, there are a variety of work from home jobs that require little or no computer skills and can be done from anywhere with a laptop and Internet connection. Working from home comes with its own set of challenges. Co-workers can’t see your body language or respond to you immediately if you ask them something. On top of that, staying focused on a task can sometimes prove difficult when you don’t have coworkers as distractions. However, there are many benefits to working at home; it just takes some getting used to.

10 Jobs for Typing From Home

Let’s take a look at the best jobs that require little to no computer skills and can be done from anywhere with a laptop and internet connection. These jobs each pay between $15 – $30 per hour and require no special training or degree. Virtual Assisting – $15-$25 per hour Transcriptionist – $15-$25 per hour Web Research and Keyword Analyst – $18-$25 per hour Blogger and Writer – $15-$30 per hour Translator and Language Typing Jobs – $20-$25 per hour Virtual Customer Service Representative – $15-$25 per hour Wrapping Up – $15-$25 per hour

Virtual Assisting

While this job requires you to be able to take detailed notes, follow instructions and use a calendar, it does not require you to type or write often. Virtual assistants usually handle administrative work like scheduling, organizing and data entry. They might answer emails, update websites, create content and write press releases. Typing is only required when taking notes during meetings or when inputting data into a computer program. Virtual assistants with little to no typing skills can still find fulfilling careers in this field.

transcriptionist

While transcriptionists often need to be able to type quickly while listening to a recorded audio file, others can simply write out what they hear and skip the typing part completely. A transcriptionist’s main responsibility is to listen to audio files and write them out in written form. This is often done for legal or medical transcription, but it can also be done for podcasts, interviews and other audio files. Typing skills are a must since you’ll be writing the audio file out. However, if you’re a fast typer, a transcriptionist job could be a great fit for you.

Web Research and Keyword Analyst

Web researchers conduct online research for businesses to identify trends, gather information and analyze statistics. This work can be done from home, allowing you to set your own hours and work from anywhere with an Internet connection. Keyword analysts are responsible for discovering what keywords people are using when they search for products and services online. They make suggestions on which terms a company should use in their online advertisements and try to improve a website’s search engine optimization. To do this job well, you need to be able to type quickly for several hours at a time. You can’t simply type a few words and move on to the next sentence. You must write out a full sentence and insert keywords as you go. You’ll also need to be good at proofreading since you’ll be reading your own work and making sure it makes sense.

Blogger and Writer

Bloggers create written content for their own blogs or websites, as well as for other people’s websites. Writers often focus on nonfiction topics, such as how-to guides, parenting advice and travel tips. The majority of writing jobs are remote, and you’ll be given a specific topic to write about each week. If you have strong writing skills and the ability to quickly research a variety of topics, this could be the perfect work from home job for you. While you can write without typing, research often requires you to be able to use a computer and read through a variety of articles. You might be asked to write a variety of things, from product reviews to guest posts for other websites.

Translator and Language Typing Jobs

Translators translate written material into another language, while language typists convert written text into a different language. Even if you have limited translation skills, there are companies that hire people to simply type out written text in another language. Translators are often expected to be able to type quickly and efficiently. While some companies ask translators to type their own work, others hire language typists to convert their clients’ documents into another language. These typists simply take someone else’s written work and convert it into a different language.

Virtual Customer Service Representative

While it can be challenging to remain patient and friendly on the phone all day, virtual customer service representatives (VCSS) often work from home in a relaxed setting and can set their own hours. While you can certainly be more professional than this guy, most of the time you’ll be using a computer to log a customer’s information and type out a response to their inquiry or complaint. You may have your own hours, but you’ll likely be required to work a minimum number of hours each week. Typing is the main requirement for this job, so you should be able to type quickly and accurately. You’re likely to be answering questions about a company’s products or services, so excellent customer service skills are necessary.

Wrapping Up

While working from home can seem like a dream come true, it’s important to keep in mind that it may not be as easy as it seems. You’ll need to be more disciplined than you were when you had coworkers and a boss breathing down your neck. On top of that, you’ll have fewer distractions to help keep you focused. However, when you’re working from home, you have the freedom to set your own schedule, take breaks whenever you need and end your day whenever you’re ready. Working from home doesn’t have to be a walk in the park. All it takes is a little bit of research, a strong work ethic and the ability to stay focused and disciplined.

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