Chicago Court Reporting Firm Depo International Launches Marketing Campaign on Court Reporter and Closed Captioner Shortages

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Court reporters educate others about career opportunities

Court reporting firm, Depo International continues expansion of its international audience and now has launched a marketing campaign nationwide about jobs in court reporting and closed captioner positions. The company also has offices in Chicago, Las Vegas and Minneapolis to serve the needs of busy legal teams scheduling depositions. With the growing number of litigated cases on court dockets, it is often important to manage depositions easily and seamlessly.

Experienced court reporting firm Depo International brings more than 40 years of experience and knowledgeable court reporters to the table to ensure that these depositions can be scheduled from a distance. With decades of experience, the founders of Depo International are helping raise awareness about the field of court reporting by remaining active in their community, including providing CLE seminars and also monthly thank-you and networking events.

Given that the court reporting industry is expected to have thousands of job openings in the coming years, the team at Depo International believes it’s their job to help support the next generation of court reporters. Depo International continues in this endeavor by establishing offices across the country and expanding their services internationally.

Court Stenographer and Closed Captioner are two careers that can be extremely profitable and enjoyable for the right person, but a lack of education and awareness around the need for these careers and how they function has encouraged Depo International to raise awareness within their local offices and across the country.

The company shares that there is extensive education required to become a court reporter, but the growing demand for these services highlights just how important it is to reach younger individuals. A national court reporter shortage was predicted by the National Court Reporters Association to begin as early as 2018. Some of the states that will be most heavily impacted for this high demand for court reporters are Illinois, California, Texas, and New York.

The aging population in the United States is also highlighting the greater need for closed captioning services. Individuals who are involved in closed captioning or court reporting must be able to type faster than 180 words per minute. Those individuals who have experience with communication across realtime translation or CART, will have incredible job prospects in the coming years.

To learn more about the services offered by Depo International, visit their website depointernational.com.

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