There are a lot of websites that offer data entry jobs. But read closely and most of them charge a one time fee. If you pay the fee, you will not get a job in return. You will get a list of more websites that have data entry jobs. Some of them also require a one time fee. And there is a good chance that many of these sites are operated by the same person.
If you pursue this route, you may eventually find a way to do data entry from home. But you will probably be surprised at the kinds of data entry jobs you get. Some of them want you to write content for ads that run on websites. Or you may even be asked to write articles. Some jobs will ask you to enter captchas on websites that ask for them. This is a spammers way of getting in somewhere that has been blocked. None of this could be considered typical data entry.
Here’s the good news. If you have data entry skills, you know how to make extra money. The best way is to look locally.
You might be able to find someone who is outsourcing some clerical work. Many places that do this hire employees from temporary agencies so it would be a good idea to apply there. This can sometimes lead to a permanent position.
College students are often looking for someone to type their papers for them. Try advertising on their bulletin boards and in their school paper.
Get some inexpensive but professional business cards and contact locally owned businesses about doing some of their data entry work.
Contact doctor offices and hospitals about doing medical transcription.
If you are persistent, you will find data entry work. Be sure to ask your clients to recommend you to others.
Keep good records of all work you do and save a copy of it. You can also offer a recovery service for files that become lost or damaged.
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