Career Attributes

  • $60,433
  • 19,600
  • 3.1
  • 3.6%
  • Certificate or Associate's degree
  • Engineering Management
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Court Reporter Job Outlook

There are currently an estimated 19,600 Court Reporters in the United States. The Court Reporter job market is expected to grow by 3.6% between 2016 and 2026.

Court Reporter Employability Rating

F CareerExplorer rates Court Reporters with a F employability rating, meaning this career should provide poor employment opportunities for the foreseeable future. Over the next 10 years, it is expected the US will need 5,300 Court Reporters. That number is based on 700 additional Court Reporters, and the retirement of 4,600 existing Court Reporters.

Supply of Court Reporters

The Court Reporter industry is concentrated in Texas, New York, and Florida.

Court Reporter Job Market by State

State name Employed Court Reporters
Texas 1,640
New York 1,440
Florida 1,380
Pennsylvania 930
Illinois 830
Indiana 730
Michigan 590
Georgia 570
Ohio 470
Minnesota 360
Colorado 330
Louisiana 330
Connecticut 280
Alabama 280
Massachusetts 270
Iowa 260
Missouri 260
Virginia 230
Kansas 220
Washington 210
Arkansas 200
Arizona 170
South Carolina 160
Puerto Rico 140
District of Columbia 130
New Mexico 110
Wisconsin 100
Rhode Island 80
West Virginia 80
North Dakota 70
Idaho 70
Delaware 60
Montana 60
Mississippi 60
South Dakota 50
North Carolina 50

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Career Attributes

  • $60,433
  • 19,600
  • 3.1
  • 3.6%
  • Certificate or Associate's degree
  • Engineering Management
More Attributes