Court reporter earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Court reporter salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alabama $53,560
Arkansas $47,640
Arizona $60,520
California $89,990
Colorado $69,750
Connecticut $57,600
District of Columbia $48,130
Delaware $69,620
Florida $35,620
Georgia $30,900
Hawaii $48,640
Iowa $75,820
Idaho $53,440
Illinois $68,560
Indiana $37,290
Kansas $54,080
Kentucky $31,450
Louisiana $47,840
Massachusetts $84,040
Maryland $40,170
Maine $70,990
Michigan $47,390
Minnesota $73,800
Missouri $59,160
Mississippi $47,900
Montana $50,950
North Carolina $55,880
North Dakota $50,180
Nebraska $47,450
New Jersey $60,470
New Mexico $59,560
Nevada $60,310
New York $100,650
Ohio $50,390
Oklahoma $53,680
Oregon $48,940
Pennsylvania $52,150
Puerto Rico $26,760
Rhode Island $74,990
South Carolina $45,720
South Dakota $54,460
Tennessee $56,600
Texas $58,330
Utah $18,420
Virginia $51,220
Washington $68,960
Wisconsin $48,980
West Virginia $51,850

How do court reporter salaries compare to similar careers?

Court reporters earn about the same as related careers in Louisiana. On average, they make less than camera operators but more than judicial law clerks.

Career Median Salary
Camera operator salary $41K
Computer repair technician salary $46K
Embalmer salary $47K
Forensic science technician salary $43K
Private detective salary $44K
Court reporter salary $48K
Television writer salary $36K
Executive assistant salary $41K
Landscaper salary $39K
Judicial law clerk salary $38K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)