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Supposing you’ve just finished a translation graduate program and are now looking for a translator job. Where to start, what to do? Firstly, you have to decide whether you would like to work directly for end clients or rather for a translation agency. I believe the combination of both might turn out to be a […]

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Translation tools

Modern era translators are constantly being faced with a whole arsenal of different translation tools. Translation tools is a common term for all the programs which a translator may find helpful during his work. Those are, for instance, software localisation tools, terminology management tools, machine translation tools, translation memory systems, electronic dictionaries and glossaries, analysis […]

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A freelance translator job involves working as a self-employed translator, either for different translation agencies or similar companies or directly for end clients. A freelance translator is often specialised in one or more particular fields, such as technical, legal, commercial, medical or financial translation. I’ve been a freelance translator for 8 years now and I […]

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Translation schools and universities

Attending a good translation graduate programme is the essential precondition to become a good translator nowadays. I studied at Monterey Institute in California, which is without a doubt one of the best translation schools in the US. Among the highest ranking in the US are also Kent State University and University of Texas, Dallas. In […]

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