Entry level transcription jobs?
Most medical transcription entry level jobs require a minimum of 2 years' experience. However, if you attended an AHDI approved school, many employers will waive the experience requirement. If you have not attended an approved school, you might consider an internship if you can find one to gain some experience. If you have graduated from an approved school but having trouble finding a job, consider the AHDI Registered Apprentice Program. It has been approved by the Department of Labor.
The main disadvantage of an entry level job is that you are generally starting at the bottom; entry level jobs are usually the lowest paying, require the fewest skills, and rarely offer benefits such as health insurance. Also, it is often difficult to get a raise or a promotion if all you have is an entry level job. Entry level jobs are usually taken by new graduates who want to get work experience. That said…
There are many legitimate online line jobs which do not involve data-entry. These can be writing articles, ghost writing, blog entries, participating surveys, and telemarketing. If you know any foreign language then there are lots of translation jobs. If you can develop skills of transcription then there are plenty transcription jobs.