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7 Reasons Why People Pay For Typing


The following list will provide details of different job opportunities and offer reasons why companies will pay for typing. Typing and writing are very lucrative home businesses than can be performed for a source of a primary income or a secondary income. Schedules are flexible and the benefits are outrageous!
  1. They need writers: Many companies will hire writers to write newsletters, sales copy, press releases, commercials, stories, lyrics and poems. The internet provides a lot of work at home opportunities for all kinds of people. As a writer, a company will pay for typing. Sometimes payment is negotiated per word or per piece. This differs per company and client.

  2. They need an editor: Sometimes a company will search for excellent editors to proofread and correct grammatical errors and spelling. Other times a company will pay for typing when a written piece needs some sprucing up. An effective editor can make a boring story more appealing by adding more details and excitement.

  3. They require someone to perform transcription: A lot of businesses will pay for typing that relates to transcription work. Some of the most common transcription jobs deal with dictation of telephone calls, conferences, monologues and lectures. Rates may vary at each company, but they all will pay for typing that contains excellent accuracy.

  4. They have to fill data entry positions: These jobs require people to manually enter data with great accuracy. There are many different kinds of data entry jobs, but they all pay for typing. An employee may type words, phrases and/or numbers into a database or spreadsheet.

  5. They require a freelancer: Private companies, temporary employment agencies and corporate businesses have all been known to pay for typing. Freelancers may come in many different forms, but many of them paid handsomely.

  6. They need a personal assistant: Although this isnít one of the most common positions that pay for typing, itís a very good experience that pays well. A personal assistant can be hired to dictate notes, schedule meetings, balance finances and organize data. In order for an employer to pay for typing, the assistant must be computer literate and meet the needs of an employer.

  7. They need a translator: Sometimes a company will look to hire a translator to widen their audience. If a person is bilingual, a company may request their services and pay for typing in a different language.





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