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Documentation is here to stay. People keep needing this in hard forms, for example as a printed report, or in soft forms, for example as a webpage. More than 80% of all content online is in textual form. All that’s not going to vanish or change overnight.
Documentation is the backbone of the legal and litigation process all over the world. Hard copies, handwritten notes, printed reams of paper, case filings, etc. are absolutely vital for law enforcement, administration and judiciary to keep chugging along without any major hiccups or lacunae. And in spite of litigation process automation in certain aspects, legal transcription is still a critical, functional and supportive activity and a crucial link in the entire litigation process, which the back office processes of our court system is heavily dependent upon.
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“I work in the transcription industry.” Standard, templated response when you enquire someone as to what they do for a living, and if they happen to be a transcriptionist.
Industry? How so? The word “industry” is defined as, economic activity dealing with processing of raw materials and manufacture of products in factories.
With rapid shrinking of job opportunities, erstwhile transcribers leaving for greener pastures, ever reducing pay scales, disappearing job security, and companies large and small shutting shop at an alarming pace, the phrase “transcription industry” seems no longer justified.
When we talk of transcription, medical transcription is what comes to most people’s minds instantaneously. And justifiably so, because an overwhelming percentage of employment and business growth has for long been in the transcription of medical data. About 9 of every 10 people one would encounter in the “transcription industry” used to be medical transcriptionists. Now what has befallen this bellwether industry?
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