THE easiest side hustle for anybody who happens to be “broke and lazy” has come to the surface.

This TikToker claims this mindless task can net you up to $3,000 a month.

TikTok/@the_momtrepreneur

This mom and TikToker found an effortless side hustle that can earn anybody thousands[/caption]

TikTok/@the_momtrepreneur

While some TikTokers have their doubts, transcribing may just be as easy and profitable as it looks[/caption]

“Ready for another side hustle?” @the_momtrepreneur began her video.

“This one’s for you if you are broke and lazy. We are gonna make two to three thousand a month with this one,” she explained, encouraging users to like the TikTok video.

She explains that the gig is as simple as transcribing audio and video into text with several different websites.

The list includes:

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The twist, the TikTok mom claims, is that the job requires no real work.

Going into Rev as an example, she recommends nailing down the job of a transcriptionist.

Next, via Speechnotes.co, a site that transcribes anything dictated to it, she suggests that any media a person is asked to transcribe can be played for Speechnotes and done automatically.


“There’s no reason why you can’t make an extra $2 to $3,000 a month.

“Making money online is not as hard as everyone thinks.”

While it seems as easy as can be, some users in the comments were skeptical about the effortlessness of the approach.

One TikTok user said: “If only it was this easy. The AI is far from perfect and proofreading after an AI transcription takes time. I’m a transcriber.”

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Another comment explained that the audio for these transcription jobs is barely decipherable, claiming that if it was as easy as it’s made out to be in the video, the companies “would use speech 2 text themselves.”

The consensus throughout the comments is that these services mentioned in the video are only available in the United States.

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