Becoming a Stenographer
I seem to have settled on CART and stenography. I've read all of the Ask MeFi threads about it and even came across one MeFite's family member who is a stenographer and this really resonated with me. Anyways, I am aware of all of the people who say that stenography is a dying art with voice recognition software, but still that software doesn't understand syntax or murmuring or crosstalk (i.e. 89% percent accuracy with software compared to 98% accuracy with a real stenographer).
1. Are there other fields I should be considering? Being a paralegal doesn't pay well in my area (Western US) and the healthcare field isn't my strong suit as I'm not very science-y.
2. Is being a court stenographer at age 28 just silly? I don't know anyone my age who has done this. I want to think through every angle.