4 A closed caption broadcaster for the news (up to $72k)
This job is closely related to court reporting. Those looking to get onto a career in closed caption reporting should be focused, pay careful attention to detail and possess the aptitude to learn and implement new systems. Closed caption reporters are in high demand since it is a requirement by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that almost every show or broadcast aired, include closed captioning. An associate’s or bachelor’s degree with training in transcription, stenography or court reporting is the most common way to learn closed captioning skills.