The 6th annual National Court Reporting and Captioning Week is here, and Optima Juris is excited to help spread the word about these amazing careers. We put together a simple infographic, so you can discover more about the field of court reporting and what it can offer.
What is the employment outlook for court reporters and captioners?
- Job Security: Demand for court reporters and captioners will exceed supply by more than 5,500 positions over the next several years.
- Earnings: Court reporters and captioners who work full time earn an average income of $60,000, with earning potential well into six figures.
- Challenging Profession: Court reporting provides endless opportunities for those who master the art of typing characters precisely. But more than that, it’s a profession that rewards hard-working individuals focused on transcribing with speed, accuracy and ethics.
- Flexibility & Options: Career paths are versatile and practitioners have options, providing structure for those who need it and flexibility to those who don’t. Here are a few ways in which court reporters are needed:
Domestic or international depositions
High-profile courtroom trials
Closed captioning for entertainment industry
Communication access to those with hearing loss
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About Optima Juris
Optima Juris is the only U.S. agency exclusively dedicated to international depositions. We have been helping law offices across the globe find the highest-quality certified court reporters, legal videographers, and interpreters for over 18 years. If you should have any questions about international depositions, please do not hesitate to contact us or fill out a free quote to see how we can make your international deposition a complete success.
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