For most of my life, I have wanted to work in the medical field. In high school I poured myself over medical books and dreamed of becoming a nurse or a genetics counselor or even a veterinarian. But with so many options how do you choose? My own medical problems made that an easy choice for me. In my late teens I developed an anxiety disorder which made working in crowded or noisy places uncomfortable. My work in a busy call center became so difficult that I had to quit. Then one day I read an article online about stay at home jobs and everything just fell into place.
For me, digital transcription became the dream career. There are so many advantages to working in a digital transcription career that they are hard to count. First of all, it would remedy the problems I have with working in crowds and noise. However, one of the very best reasons would be my ability to stay home and care for my infant son, Orion. It is so hard to trust others to care for your children in today’s world and it would be such a comfort to know that he is always in my capable hands and not subjected to the goings on of a baby sitter. Not to mention I wouldn’t have to miss one smile, giggle, or milestone unlike other parents who sadly miss so very much having to be away from home to work. So I’d have to say being able to be at home is the number one advantage to a digital transcription career.