14 Jobs You Never Knew Paid So Well

A court reporter ($100k+)

People have forgotten that this profession exists, but it not only exists, it’s expanding.  A few years ago, there was a federal initiative to provide captioning services to hearing-impaired students. The pay for those jobs ranged from $35 an hour up into six figures. In San Francisco, for example, a court reporter earned roughly $100,000, plus benefits.  One requirement for a potential court reporter to be nationally certified, is the ability to type 225 words per minute as two voices speak.  This is a job to consider whether you’re a high school or college graduate or someone looking to start over. 

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