Court Reporting is a Tough Job. We’re not saving the world like social activists or fighting crime like law enforcement. We just write at 300 words per minute, pull all-nighters to get a transcript out, and deal with difficult people on a daily basis. It’s such a low profile job. Why would anybody choose stenography as […]
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Month: December 2015
How Court Reporters can Help Holocaust S...
Court Reporters can Hear a lot of Junk, but we can Help Holocaust Survivors Preserve their Story Messy divorces, murders, child custody battles, and slip and fall accidents are just a handful of cases court reporters can sit through. When I was a reporter, sometimes I felt like I was just taking down meaningless drivel about petty arguments between two […]
What Does a Closed Captioner Do?
You’re a What? What is That? I’ve been a captioner for close to a year now. When I meet people, and they ask me what I do for a living, trying to explain my job to them can be really hard, people just don’t get it. They just have no clue what I’m talking about. So hopefully […]