Court Reporters and Closed Captioning work in a range of areas, writing down everything said in a court room, disposition, mediation, malpractice hearing, board room meetings and other areas. Closed Captioners translate the spoken word on all media content, including videos and lecturers. Court reporters can work full time for the court system, or work free-lance on behalf of agencies.
Court reporters typically do the following:
Job demand is high, especially as court reporters retire. New York and New Jersey are among the areas that are seeing the greatest demand. In New York, the salary expectations are about $45 per hour, with an average annual range of $60,000-$90,000. In New Jersey, the salary expectations are about $30 per hour, with an average annual range of $50,000-$60,000 With additional experience and education, reporters can earn well into the six-figures. (https://www.bls.gov)
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