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How long does it take to get hired from start to finish? What are the steps along the way?


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A three-month time period.
Interviews with supervisor, HR director, and then judge.

Answered - Official Court Reporter (Former Employee) - Detroit, MI

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I was hired as a temp and later applied and interviewed for permanent employment along the way. Because the judge already knew me at this point, though I did have to complete a written exam, I did not complete most likely, the steps that a person off the street would have to complete.

Answered - Asst. to Federal Judge (Former Employee) - Phoenix AZ

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As a Court Interpreter the hiring process is quite different than a clerical job or that sort of jobs. Interpreting for the court in most cases is a contract job. process took about a week.

Answered - Court Interpreter (Former Employee) - Abilene, TX

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