I know there is a learning curve and I am trying EVER SO HARD to be patient. But several days of working for HOURS and making less than $2/day is starting to wear on me. I did transcription for Geico for several years and they were a VERY HARD company to work for and even then I didn't have the trouble there that I am having here. I'm starting to doubt myself here. My question is (and I'm so sorry to rant and rave :tape: ) When you pick HITs....how do you go about it? What I mean is.......it takes me FOREVER to find HITs that I think I can even understand in order to transcribe.... then after each HIT I have to go through the entire process all over again. 9 times out of 10 I end up listening to the same audio over and over again because I can't keep track of which ones I've already listened to. I'm wasting so much time listening to audio to see if it is even something I can do. I have started keeping a list of the audio #'s that I have already listened to and passed on so that I don't click on that one again. But then I have to take time to look down the list. Is there any way to look for ones that are easier? I know that sounds ridiculous - I can hear how ridiculous that sounds as the words are "coming out of my fingers".....but I just have to ask. I'm assuming that the cheaper paying ones are for better audio because they would pay more for bad audio.......but I have not necessarily found that to be true. So what do y'all do??