As Americans with huge student debt question the worth of their degrees, careers like court reporting offer an alternative to the pricey four-year college experience.
Jobs as stenographers or court reporters are a great fit for both recent high school graduates and for more seasoned, mid-life employees. It’s a field with jobs aplenty and great pay to go along with it.
“People don’t usually roll out of bed and say they want to be a court reporter,” says Kelly Moranz, program manager for the Tri-C court reporting and captioning program.
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