Helping people with your language skills as a Medical Interpretor.
Medical Interpreter (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – March 27, 2019
Put in so much effort to help people and get paid as a medical interpreter in hospital and clinic settings such as at a surgery center or a cancer fighting clinic, so you know how important as a matter of life-and-death concern for patients, and a language interpreter although cannot dispense medical service or advice but can increase the effectiveness of treating through understanding of patients' needs through communications and also rise above some cultural barriers that the patients once might have harbored, etc.
The drawbacks are the interpreter(s) do not get paid for all the efforts needed to accomplish the assignments, including bad weather and bad traffic and I got my car towed away once in Baltimore City, and I had to pay $270 to get it back when I came to an assignment at Johns Hopkins Hospital (in Baltimore, MD) in 2012.
Freelance, accept or reject calls as an independent contractor.
So much efforts put in for little gain, but highly pleased for praises from clients.