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Court Reporting and Millennials in 2020

Millennials, Act Two

Gallup has studied the work habits of Millenials, and its analysis could be good news in the court reporting field.  Gallup reports that 60 percent of Millennials – those born between 1980 and 1996 – are open to changing jobs.  For Millenials interested in court reporting, their prior experience may be valuable in many areas of litigation. Continue reading

Health Tips for Deposition Court Reporters

Deposition Court Reporters
Can Stay Healthy on the Job!

Most people are familiar with what deposition court reporters do.  As guardians of the record, they transcribe the words spoken during a deposition into a written form that can be used as litigation progresses.    Unlike logging or roofing, court reporting does not immediately come to mind as a profession with inherent risks.  Yet deposition court reporters, because of heavy equipment, irregular mealtimes, and sedentary work environments, can face real health problems.  Being mindful is always the key to making changes, so here are some health tips for deposition court reporters.
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