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Court Reporting in Texas

Court reporting schools in Texas offer students a variety of training options to prepare them for careers as court reporters or closed captioning specialists. The job entails using technology and equipment to transcribe word for word the dialogue spoken at an event. Court reports must accurately record what was spoken by judges, witnesses and attorneys in a court of law. They also work by transcribing television broadcasts and events for the hearing impaired. The average court reporter earns $50,000 a year which makes it one of the more lucrative careers compared to the length of education required.



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