Are you looking for a job? Why not try court reporting? My friend, Lisa, was hired recently in one of the law firms here in the city as a court reporter. Nope, she’s not gonna be a reporter for television networks, radios or any part of the broadcast media (although there are some court reporters who work in the media, conventions and government agencies), she’s gonna provide some court reporting services to her firm.
Lisa is already great in stenography because that was one of her trainings before she entered the law firm. However, her new office requires to still undergo additional training especially in electronic reporting and voice training to further improve her skills. With her job, she needs to be accurate and fast because usually the documents she produced from reporting are used in court and other legal proceedings.
Lisa actually has already passed the state licensure test required from voice writers. In other states, this is not required but here, it is. I am sure she’s gonna have a great career as a court reporter because she has excellent hearing and listening skills and a good command of the English grammar and vocabulary.
Way to go girl!