Kirstin Clouser Court Reporter

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Kirstin Clouser Court Reporter

As the number of criminal and civil cases rise, employment opportunities for court reports continue to be good

40-hour work week following the schedule of the court. Some times put in extra hours in so they meet the deadline.They may work in law offices, public buildings such as legislatures and town halls, courts, or businesses.

English language, strong typing and keyboarding skills, good hearing, and a general knowledge of computers are key. you have to have the ability to sit still and concentrate for extended period of time.

It takes less than a year to become a novice voice writer, and it also takes at least 2 years to become proficient at real-time voice writing. You have to have a minimum of 225 words per minute.

Salary: typically range between $20,000 and $25,000Benefits: retirement package and medical insurance court reporters, who have worked about 5 years, to earn a minimum of $50,000 per year. It is common for experienced court reporters, who have worked about 5 years, to earn a minimum of $50,000 per year.

Top Three Schools:Clary Sage CollegeBryan College West virginia university

COURT REPORTER

A person in the court who writes or types every "OFFICIAL" word spoken in court

http://nationalcourtreporters.com/?gclid=CNe5096M4qUCFeJ95QodiBTv2whttp://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos152.htm

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