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Why You Should Be Certified as a Court Reporter

 Wednesday, January 11th, 2017

In today’s job market, we’ve seen a lot of changes. It seems almost necessary to have the skill set and the knowledge to pursue any career out there. That’s particularly true of a skilled court reporter. While the competition may seem fierce, getting certified as a court reporter will most definitely help. When you stop, and think about the nature of the business to accurately record every spoken word during

Court Reporters and Tips When Working With the Hearing Impaired

 Wednesday, January 11th, 2017


Per the American’s with Disabilities Act, it is a requirement when working with people who are hearing impaired be given the proper tools such as an interpreter or the use of a screen to reference dialogue when in court settings. As a court reporter, it’s imperative for a fair trial to do just that. In this week’s blog, we uncover a few things you should also be aware of when

Improving Memory Skills for Stenographers

 Wednesday, December 28th, 2016

When it comes to court reporting and transcribing, there’s a lot you must remember. Since you are expected to be 98% accurate when typing 200-250 words per minute, having a sharp memory will help when it comes to translating what you’ve typed. Practicing using a steno machine is one way to increase speed but when it comes to memorizing there are several things you can do to help improve your

5 Tools Every Stenographer Should Be Using

 Thursday, December 15th, 2016

Today’s stenographers must have a whole arsenal of instruments to be an effective representative of the court. Your position requires many skills and tools to be on time, accurate and fast. The job can be very rewarding knowing you’re helping everyone achieve a fair trial. In addition to enabling legal teams to do a good job for their clients, there are five tools that you should be using to support

Chiropractors Suggestions for Careers Behind the Desk

 Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

Anyone with a job description that entails long periods where they are sitting behind a desk will want to take additional care of their bodies.  A regular workout and proper posture can be things to do to prevent you from having long term results on your back and hips. In this blog, we highlight some chiropractor’s suggestions for people who hold careers where the majority of their day is spent


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