Thornton, Colorado (PressExposure) February 12, 2009 -- The verdict is in: the Court Reporting Career Zone at CareerToolkits.com provides individuals with the best information they can find about pursuing an important and rewarding career as a court reporter.
Visitors to Careertoolkits.com/court-reporter will find not only the advice that they need to determine if a career as a court reporter is right for them, but also an extensive listing of court reporting schools offering accelerated curriculum to help them succeed in court reporting quickly.
Site spokesperson Jennifer Charleston said the Court Reporting Career Zone not only offers information about the lucrative salaries enjoyed by court reporters, who's average annual salary is $45,000, with some as high as $60,000, but also discusses why court reporting is such an important career.
"Entering a career as a court reporter enables an individual to have a prestigious career in law without the many years of education and training required by other legal professions," Charleston said. "Court reporters record legal proceedings, preserving all the spoken words and sometimes actions in a written transcript."
Charleston said the career is exciting because court reporters are part of the court system by creating the transcriptions that are used by jurors, attorneys, and other legal personnel as an official record of what happened during a court proceeding.
Even those who subsequently decide they may not be right for a career in court reporting are still in luck. That's because, in addition to providing listings of schools offering classes in court reporting and all-encompassing information about the profession, the site also includes links to sister sites with information on dozens of other careers.
Careertoolkits.com not only provides information about court reporting, the site also features free information about professions that include art, business, education, engineering, medical, hospitality, legal, sales and science. With so many people forced to consider different professions because of this tough economy, Careertoolkits shows it can provide quality and relevant information for job-seekers, all at a price they can afford, for free.