• DittoTranscripts

    DittoTranscripts enlists freelance transcriptionists to type up tapes of 911-calls, court hearings, medical research and financial calls.

    Expected pay: $20 to $30 per hour

    Husl$core: $$$$

  • Fiverr

    Fiverr allows you to advertise your services for just about anything –write, edit, design logos, do voice-over work, provide digital marketing, animation, advice.

    Expected pay: You set it

    Husl$core: $$$$

  • Transcription Outsourcing

    Transcription Outsourcing enlists freelancers to transcribe audio from court hearings, police calls, medical and business interviews, and hires solely from the U.S.

    Expected pay: 0.85 – $5.00 per audio minute; or 7-10 cents per (65 character) line for medical transcription

    Husl$core: $$$$

  • GMR Transcription

    GMR Transcription enlists freelance typists and translators to transcribe corporate, government, legal and academic documents.

    Expected pay: $4 to $24 per hour*

    Husl$core: $$$

  • Airtasker

    AirTasker connects clients who need a service with freelancers willing to provide it. Clients set the price

    Expected pay: Varies

    Husl$core: $$$

  • SpeakWrite

    SpeakWrite enlists freelance transcriptionists who can work at least four hours a week for fast-paced business, law and insurance transcription jobs

    Expected pay: $18 + per hour (based on typing 60 wpm)

    Husl$core: $$$

  • Bark

    Bark offers to connect service providers of all kinds with potential customers. But you pay for leads that are sometimes worthless.

    Expected pay:You set it yourself

    Husl$core: $$

  • CastingWords

    CastingWords enlists freelancers to transcribe audio but pays such low rates that you can only consider this a decent side hustle if you live in a country with a rock-bottom cost of living.

    Expected pay: $1 – $9 per hour

    Husl$core: $