Remote Proofreading Jobs – Caitlin Pyle’s Experiences with Court Transcript Proofreading — 12 Comments

  1. I have never done online proofreading, but I would like to do. I have been proofreading/editing Armenian texts for more than 20 years (I have Ph.D. in philology). If you offer me a job, a proofreading of Armenian texts, I will do with pleasure. Also, I am looking forward to doing English-Armenian translations. Can you give me a job? Thanks.

    • Hello Lucine,
      The course described in this interview is to learn how to proofread court transcripts remotely and make a good income doing so. I was just the interviewer. If you would like to contact Caitlin directly, you can do so through her site, She doesn’t give jobs though, she just teaches you how you can get a court transcription job on your own. Hope this helps!

  2. Wow!
    Super fascinating stuff. It always amazes me the sheer number of ways people can be of service and make a buck. This just goes to show that there are hidden money-making gems everywhere if you are willing to put in the work and go for it! I learned something I never would have even considered! Thanks for the great article and interview!

    • Yes, Ian. You can do it from the UK. There are students of the course who are doing it from the UK and Canada. The course content as well as the job are applicable – it is the timezone differences and payments that would have to be sorted out.
      Actually Caitlin gives a detailed answer to this question in the FAQs on her site:
      Hope this answers your question.

  3. What a great interview! I have worked from home for almost 20 years now and I have to say this is the first time I’ve ever heard of this – but it totally makes sense! What a great idea! I know many moms who would love this info – I’m so sharing! 🙂 Thanks so much… 🙂

    • Yes, Heather. It is a pretty neat opportunity for those who have the eagle eyes to do it. In researching for this, I was able to communicate with quite a few of those who were doing and and completed the course and they were really appreciating the flexibility and part-time aspects of it.
      Feel free to share as much as you like. I’m going to be posting a review on it next week as well.


  4. Robin,
    Great interview with Caitlin Pyle. She goes into great detail on what it takes to be successful when looking for a remote proofreading job. I do not think I have the eye for it, so I will keep looking for something else.

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