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What is the average court reporting salary in Texas? What schools or classes are required for a license?

I have so many questions about this. I hear that court reporters in California can make up to $100,000, but what is the average income of court reporters in Texas, specifically Houston and surrounding areas? What is the starting salary and the average maximum? How much experience is needed to make the maximum? How demanding is this job as far as work hours? And lastly, what schools or classes are needed to become licensed? I've been researching the income and usually end up with mixed results anywhere from $40,000 to $80,000. There is a pretty big gap there. I currently make around $40K/year, but $80K is ideal. I don't know how big of a demand there is for court reporters in Texas, but it seems like something I'd enjoy doing, although living on a nice income is my main concern. Any advice or personal experience is appreciated.

Asked By: Clear Rivers - 8/16/2007
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Court reporters had median annual earnings of $42,920 in May 2004. The middle 50 percent earned between $30,680 and $60,760. The lowest paid 10 percent earned less than $23,690, and the highest paid 10 percent earned more than $80,300. Median annual earnings in May 2004 were $41,070 for court reporters working in local... More
Answered By: Meg on a Mission - 8/21/2007
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