07 August 2022 gotranscript audio test passed

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The object of this test is to help people who are out of employment to secure a situation with GoTranscript. Becoming your own employer is a worthwhile endeavour, which can suggest new roads to fortune by the employment of capital. Young people are often discouraged because the desirable places all seem to be filled. But remember, there is always room for the right transcriber.

A New York billionaire who prefers to remain anonymous. Except he wants you to know he’s definitely not Donald Trump once said, quote, I have made a personal canvas of no less than eight and no more than 12 commercial and professional lines to see to what extent there exist openings for young people. In only two of the houses approached the heads of the firms were satisfied, and the positions of trust in those houses were filled by capable workers. And if they weren’t, I told them to get cracking or I’d withhold their CO fief, unquote.

Anonymous billionaires notwithstanding, it’s quite possible for an accomplished and dedicated transcriber to earn anywhere from 2000 to 50,000 bucks a year, although not necessarily from the same company. In fact, you’d undoubtedly have to find a side hustle or two to make that much. However, our aforementioned mega bucks guy claims it’s possible as long as they’re willing to find 11,780 votes. What that means I have no idea.

One side hustle you might consider though is becoming a railroad engineer in the UK. In 1812, a guy named old Cree the engine right at Killingworth Hill High pit was killed in an accident and replaced by a guy named George Stephenson, who pulled down a whopping 100 pounds a year. Now, that might not sound like a lot in 2022. But if you extrapolated it over a couple of 100 years, it could add up to at least 1500 A month 1500 us that is, which ain’t too shabby.

In conclusion, did you know that the Project Gutenberg literary archive Foundation is a 501 C three organization? I did but I didn’t want to brag about it. Nevertheless, thanks to them, we can still read Shakespeare’s first folios, the original Gutenberg Bible, the Domesday Book and even the dead sea scrolls in the Rosetta Stone. Strangely enough, though, we can’t read many files made in various obsolete computer formats just a few decades ago like Algol, COBOL and Perl

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