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What does a Transcriber do?
A transcriber at Audio Bee will listen to audio files on our web platform and type out the spoken phrases or conversations.
The audio can be part of a lecture, interview, discussion, or some other form of oral conversation. You simply need good listening skills and a solid comprehension of your native language.
Why work at Audio Bee as a Transcriber
Work from any corner of the world. All you need is a computer and a reliable internet connection.
There are no minimum or maximum work hours. Set your own time and work accordingly.
We offer one of the best pay-per-tasks rates in the market and make weekly payments for completed tasks.
We provide a career growth part for all our employees who wish to improve and grow.
Earn extra by referring people!
Get your friends to join Audio Bee using your Referral Link and earn up to $70 per referral when they complete a certain amount of Transcription tasks.
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Frequently Asked Questions
To be a transcriber with Audio Bee, all you need is a computer with a reliable internet connection of at least 5 Mbps. You must have at least 4 GB RAM to process things easily. We also recommend quality headphones/earphones of at least $5.
Earn from $0.4 up to $2 per audio minute you transcribe depending on the language or project you work on. That means you can earn a minimum of $24 per audio hour and, depending on the project, this can even extend up to $120 per audio hour. The average monthly earnings of our transcribers is $575. It all depends on how much you work and how consistently you perform.
You will receive weekly payments for completed transcription tasks. However, we have a minimum payout threshold of $10.
Unlike other faceless crowd management companies, we value and manage our workers. Those who prove themselves reliable with task deadlines can earn more as well as receive advanced career opportunities with full-time roles as reviewers.
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