2021-2022 NCRA PROLink e-book, the # 1 directory for
Reston, October 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – RESTON, Virginia, October 19, 2021 – The National Association of Court Reporters (NCRA), the country’s leading organization representing court reporters, captioners and legal videographers, today announced the launch of its PROLink eBook, the # 1 lawyer, paralegal, paralegal and anyone else looking for the right shorthand, captioning or legal videography professional can count on him to find the ideal solution for their needs.
Digital 2021-2022 PROLink eBook, formerly the NCRA Sourcebook, still contains the solid content that users expect from it and offers the following features to help improve the user experience:
- A menu button to explore the destinations and available content settings
- An advertisers button to see who advertised. Users can also click on the advertiser’s name and go directly to its corresponding page. All links in the digital edition are also live and will direct users to an advertiser’s website
- A content button to display the collection of digital edition articles and related content
- A PDF download button to download a PDF copy of the entire digital edition
- A page access button that allows users to quickly browse page thumbnails and jump to a specific page
- A full screen button that allows users to view the digital edition in full screen to maximize their reading experience
- All email address links are live so users can just click and contact anyone listed in the digital directory
Other additions include sections that offer information on NCRA committees, approved schools, membership benefits, upcoming events, advertising opportunities, and more.
The court reporter and captioning professions offer viable career options that don’t require a four-year college degree and yet offer good salaries, flexible hours, and interesting locations. There is currently a growing demand for more journalists and captioners to meet the growing number of job opportunities available nationally and abroad. Court reporters and captioners rely on the latest technology to use shorthand machines to capture speech and translate it into written text in real time. These professionals work both inside and outside the courtroom to record legal cases and depositions, provide live captions of events, and help members of deaf and hard of hearing communities access information, entertainment, educational opportunities, etc.
To set up an interview with a working court reporter or captionist, or to find out more about the lucrative and flexible court reporter or captioning professions and the many job opportunities currently available, contact pr @ ncra. org.
The National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) is internationally recognized for promoting excellence among those who have captured and converted speech to text for over 100 years. The NCRA is committed to helping its more than 13,000 members achieve the highest level of professional expertise with industry-recognized court reporter, educator and videographer training opportunities and certification programs. The NCRA has an impact on legislative issues and the global marketplace through its actively engaged members.
Forbes named court reporting as one of the best career options that doesn’t require a traditional four-year degree. The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the forensic reporting field is expected to grow 7% through 2028, faster than expected employment growth in all occupations. According to 247 / WallSt.com, the profession of court reporter ranks sixth out of 25 careers with the lowest unemployment rate, just 0.7%. Career information on the court reporter profession – one of the main career options that does not require a traditional four-year degree – can be found at NCRA DiscoverSteno.org.