Latest report of court reporter shortage: Positions unfilled in Western Pennsylvania
Now comes a story about court reporting positions that have been unfilled for months in Western Pennsylvania.
According to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, there are a number of reasons for the shortage, including the closing of court reporting schools, the lure of captioning and low salaries.
One Western Pennsylvania judge who noted five reporters -- down from nine -- handle the work of four judges in that county, said, “It's gotten increasingly worse.”
There is one bright spot, according to the paper: There are 50 students enrolled in the court reporting program at the Community College of Allegheny County, the largest class in years.
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