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Bilingual Careers - Getting a Job As a Translator

Bilingual Careers - Getting a Job As a Translator

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Published by Martin Vika
Can You Speak English? Can You Speak another language? WE HAVE A JOB FOR YOU! Thousands of people online are discovering how doing simple translator jobs from home can be very profitable! See how they're making money doing this by signing up now! http://lnk.co/IN1QQ
Can You Speak English? Can You Speak another language? WE HAVE A JOB FOR YOU! Thousands of people online are discovering how doing simple translator jobs from home can be very profitable! See how they're making money doing this by signing up now! http://lnk.co/IN1QQ

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Published by: Martin Vika on Mar 07, 2012
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 ==== ====Real translator jobs. Get paid to translate from home!http://lnk.co/IN1QQ ==== ====The visionary media theorist, Marshall McLuhan coined the term "Global Village". It was back in1962 and even then this path finder of the modern media industry envisaged this. It was relevanteven then but perhaps this has never been as topical and relevant as today. The world today istruly on our hands - with a few quick flicks of our fingers, we can communicate with some one onthe other part of the world. Communication technology is now on its all time peak and this has benefited us in more than oneway. This has obvious benefits to the commercial world, business is now much more easy andentrepreneurs can be empowered to engage in trades behind and beyond the geographicalborders. History can stand witness to the fact that strong business relationship between nations isalways good for peace and harmony and a strong deterrent for violence. UK based market research company GFK, in their recent study showed that one third of the Britishbusiness that operates internationally has lost business to competitors because of lack oflanguage knowledge of their staff. However it must also be noted that the availability of so manylanguages in modern day metropolitan areas across the globe has somehow benefited the multi-culturist society and hence has made a case for bilingual professionals to search for career wherethey can use their language abilities. This is true in almost every sector in modern industrialisedworld. There was never a better time to seek a career as a translator and convert ones skill to dailybread. Demand for translators is growing evermore along with the increasing lack of qualifiedtranslators. The application of a good translator in modern day business is never ending.Translators can assist business to operate internationally by creating localised version of themarketing material or even by translating the minutes of the board meetings. In UK the demand fortranslators is all time high. Specially with the Olympics looming, every company wants to look andbe international in their approach towards their business mission and vision. They also need thetranslators and interpreters to be present in trips abroad. Statistically most of the executiveassistants of the highest paid CEOs and managing directors in UK are bilingual some timetrilingual and usually all are over a £75k + package. Besides the private sector, other bigconsumers of linguistic services are the public and the third sector organisations. There is amassive demand for translators and interpreters within the NHS specially some of the medicalsecretaries in culturally diverse areas seem to be bilingual. NHS is also a big buys of interpretingservices specially while they are treating individuals with little or no English language skills. HMprison services are also a regular when it comes to having bilingual staff on the payroll. Morerecently the need of Asian languages interpreters and translators has also grown within ever somystical MI5 - the British secret military intelligence service. Some of the other employers that are worth mentioning in UK are the Met Police and the UK

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