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Employment in New England
Thread poster: Trimbull
Russian to English
Apr 28, 2004

What is the employment situation in Boston area for on-site and freelance positions?

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Bruce Popp  Identity Verified
United States
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French to English
New England Translators Association Apr 28, 2004


You might want to have a look at the New England Translators Association (NETA) website at I don't think this will answer your questions, but it may help you find local translators working in your language pair that you could talk with.

NETA is holding their annual confrence this Saturday, May 1 in Marlborough, MA. Additional information and a registration form are also on the website. Registration at the door is still available. This is eligible for ATA Continuing Education Points (max 5).

good luck!

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