Working from home is a dream for many people. To be able to do that, however, you need to convince prospective clients that you not only have the tools, but also the talent, to complete any job you choose to take on. If you work in an office setting, you can rely on others to vouch for your skills, but when you work from home, you have to sell yourself on your own.
The first introduction you have with any prospective client will come in the form of a resume and cover letter. Make sure your resume highlights your education, past work history and any special skills you may possess that would make you more appealing than the other transcriptionists who may be applying for the job. Make sure all of your information is accurate and up to date.Let them know as much about you and your business as possible. Also Read: How to Nail the Transcriptionist Resume and Get Shortlisted
Your cover letter is a place where you can showcase the things that may not necessarily have a place on your resume. If you tested extremely highly during your certification, make sure to note your scores in your cover letter. This is your chance to highlight any honors, achievements, or skills that are appropriate. Make sure to elaborate on your experience as well, especially if you specialize in more than one type of transcription. Also, include your hours of availability and whether or not you will be able to take rush assignments.
If you want to earn the big money when it comes to general transcription and working from home, be prepared to go above and beyond your client's expectations. Finish all of your work before the deadline and offer additional services for a discounted price. Once they see how committed you are to doing your very best, they will often start referring other people to you.
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