Get paid to type at home with these no interview remote jobs!
At Daily Transcription, they have LOTS of work from home transcription and editing jobs.
You can apply even if you don't have much experience.
Most of these are Canada and US-based, so you might look at the other jobs on the list if you are outside North America.
They typically require around 50 WPM as a typing speed.
At GMR Transcription, you can find transcription and translation jobs that you can do as a freelancer without a typical interview process.
Experience is not usually required to apply either.
At Rev.com, you can get paid to type out transcriptions, captions, or subtitles.
You can earn anywhere from $18-$180 per audio/video hour here.
They also hire worldwide and pay weekly via PayPal.
At TranscribeMe, you can get paid up to $60-$70/audio hour to do transcription work.
Clips are usually only 2-4 minutes long as well, so you don't have to dedicate long periods of time when you decide to work.
This is another worldwide company that pays weekly via PayPal.
At Casting Words, you can get paid to do transcription work whenever you want with no experience or interview required to apply.
At Athreon, you can get paid to do transcription, but you may need up to 2 years of experience to apply.
You set to set your own hours as well.
Also, you may only be able to work here if you live in North America.
At TaskRabbit, you usually have jobs like handyman work, lawncare, and cleaning, but sometimes you can do data entry as well.
Data entry is one of the few work from home jobs offered at TaskRabbit, but it may only be available in certain US cities.
As a gig economy website, you can sign up here with no resume or interview and work when you want.
The average pay for data entry here is around $24/hour.
Just keep in mind that TaskRabbit is a US-based company and may not work for international applicants.
At 3Play Media, you can get English Transcripton, Spanish Transcrption, and Voice Writer jobs as a freelancer.
They pay weekly at around $20-$30/hour, according to Glassdoor.
They seem to mostly hire people in the US though.