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Court Reporting Schools

Be the eyes and ears of a courtroom. A career in court reporting requires an eye for detail, which garners more than $47,000/yr. Court reporters create verbatim transcripts of speeches, conversations, legal proceedings, meetings, and other events. They must ensure accurate and complete legal records. It takes almost three years of education to become a court reporter. A court reporter can then pursue professional certification and registration credentials.


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