Hey, guys i am looking for an interpreter job in Seattle area. I couldn't find any employer over the internet. Can anyone help me? Please.Thanks
Hello All!I would like to start a new career as an interpreter. I have been researching through job sites and or forum boards but the answers are either out dated or from places outside my area. I would like to know what exactly I need to do to get me into this industry (example classes, taking certification exams, etc)?
I used to have 10 to 15 appointments per month from LA care, but I have nothing now, what is happening? is there a new system or change?
What is the translation in spanis for recorstore? anyoneeliminating: Discotecatienda de discos
Hola! I would like to obtain some reference information on medical interpreting certification studying techniques.I will be taking the written exam next January and would also like to see if there is any interest in setting up a study group in the South Bay Area (90277/90503).I have done extensive research on what is to be expected on the day of the examination but would appreciate any pointers from those who have tested and passed, please. Thank you!
Are jobs in this industry on the rise? Are there any sub-sectors that are growing?Where are the jobs? Which places have the most interpreter opportunities?
Whats the best way to locate well qualified interpreters in major markets?
I would like to help some doctors, that need help with spanish speaking patients.
As of May 5/1/09 Yo'l can register for the california state judicial spanish interpreter exam and as of 5/4/09 for the federal (oral)exam.Good luck!.
What are the top 3 traits or skills every interpreter must have to excel?Can you suggest any tips or insights to develop your interpreter expertise?
Hello, I am trying to get some research for a school project, so if someone who is an interpreter could answer these few questions for me, I'd greatly appreciate it! First name:Question 1: What do you do? / What is a typical day like?Question 2: What do you like most about your job?Question 3: What do you like least about your job?Question 4: How has your job changed in the last five years?Question 5: How do you see your job changing in the next five years? Question 6: When would someone need yo...
nigeria is really in need of reform in unemploment.just this year along,300,000 graduate will be going forone year youth service,which in other word,means that nigeria just release another 300000 graduate to the labour market,now where will all these graduate hope to work.so its no wonder that crimeisthe of day in nigeria.after spendung huge amount in school,only to graduate and their is no work,when eventually,the get teired of looking for job,they turn to crime.so i belive government really m...
Diverso Word Limited once again proved why they are one of London's top firms for interpreting. You name it, these guys can do it.Not only did they translate the documents I needed for my clients, but they interpreted for them at the airport on arrival, helped check them into the hotel and stood in to interpret at the meetings scheduled for the rest of the week.It goes without say, I've already recommended Diverso Word to partner companies and would definately use again.
After reading your comments and questions, I figure I might be able to assist you, given the fact that I have been an interpreter for over nine years. First of all, it is very important that the interpreter values the code of ethics which are govern by the cannons that he/she shall comply and obey. Where as the interpreter is held on a higher level of standards. Skills of interpreting takes practice, there are different modes of interpreting, one of them is consecutive interpreting, simultaneo...
HOW SPECIFIC DO I NEED TO BE IN MY RESUME IN ORDER TO ADD MY MEDICAL INTERPRETER EXPERIENCE.
What is the best training for becoming an interpreter? What types of ongoing training or certifications are necessary to be an effective interpreter?What do non-traditional career paths look like?
I started interpre 2years ago in MI when i move to omaha i spak two ARBICE AND DUKA, I work with interpreter net work in IM SO I like to help the peopel.
Do you have any tips to help prepare for an upcoming interpreter interview?Are there common interview questions that come up again and again?
Do some companies pay a lot more for this position than others? What does a top earner make in this field?What skills should you learn to increase your salary?
What do you enjoy most about being an interpreter? What do you dislike the most? Is it challenging? Are there many opportunities to learn and advance?What keeps you at your job?
How did you get your start doing interpreter work, and what career moves did you make to get to your current position?Do you need a particular educational background?
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