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Working as a court reporter, or recording every word that’s spoken during a courtroom proceeding, requires an interest in current events, computer literacy, and above-average verbal-comprehension skills. “The type of person who is successful at court reporting is disciplined, sharp, and motivated.” —Ashley Frazier, member services and information center manager at the National Court Reporters Association

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