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A Closer Look: Reasons to Consider a Career in Court Reporting

From the nationwide shortage, to flexibility, good work/life balance, remote options, and high pay – There are many reasons to consider a career in court reporting. In this blog post we will take a closer look at these reasons, which are listed below.

6 Reasons to Consider a Career in Court Reporting:

1.     Nationwide Shortage = High Demand – The national court reporting shortage has caused there to be a very high demand for court reporters, making it a great career to go after. The high demand essentially means high job security for court reporters. There will always be a need for more court reporters.

2.     Flexibility – This is a career that comes with the ability to choose which days you work, and it’s easy to take time off when you need to. 

3.     Good Work/Life Balance – A large part of the job (editing/scoping) is either done from home or done by a hired scopist. This allows court reporters to spend more time with their family.

4.     Remote Options – The remote options provided with a career in court reporting means that some depositions can be done over the internet.

5.     High Pay – The average salary of a court reporter is roughly $60,000 but it can go anywhere from $30,000-$100,000 depending on experience and the quantity of jobs you take on.

Learn more about why you should consider a career as a court reporter in this article from Conscious Life News: