On this page, I have gathered a list of companies that recruit data entry keyers to work from home. These jobs requires you to have basic computer skills with a minimum typing speed of 45 wpm or more. If you have prior experience keying in data with a pretty decent typing speed, then this list will benefit you. I can’t assure you that all companies are hiring at this time, but nothing is stopping you from putting in your application.
Axion Data – An outsourcing company based in Pennsylvania, hires independent contractors to perform data entry tasks for clients. Visit their website to learn more and submit your application online.
Amazon Mechanical Turk – A marketplace for work that enables individuals to complete a variety of human intelligence tasks. Some tasks may include data entry, transcription, writing, and much more. To get started, visit their website.
Dion Data Solutions – A Missouri-based company that offers legitimate data entry work from home. The job includes typing in data from documents often from handwritten applications.
Drivers Guide – They occasionally hire independent contractors to assist by updating databases with driver’s information. Some prior PC experience may be required. Open to US and Canada only.
Cass Info – A leading provider of payment and information services, hires data entry specialists also know as an Offsite Invoice Payment Specialist. This position requires completion of on-site training for 90 days, Monday- Friday ( 9am – 2pm). Must live near Columbus, Ohio.
Great American Opportunities – A US based school fundraising organization, that hires independent contractors to complete data entry tasks such as keying in information from school fundraising form. Hiring is done twice per year at the end of June and December.
Sigtrack – This data entry opportunity is open to US residents only. As an independent contractor, you will key in voters information from political registration forms. The work is only seasonal.
Smart Locating – We hire data entry workers to help individuals find an apartment. You must be a legal resident of the US and at least 18 years old. There is no prior experience required to get started.
Virtual Bee – An online company, formerly known as Keys for Cash was established in 2012. Data entry operators are able to log in at any time and complete data entry tasks. Please note: There may be a waiting list.
Xerox – A well known company occasionally hires data entry agents to work from home. Visit their careers page and search the keyword “Work from Home” in the top bar and “Virtual” under the options given.