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Thread poster: Patricia Posadas

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May 25, 2002

Say What You Mean, Mean What You Say

Careers in International Translation

by Nina Segal



Summary

Global business = more jobs in translation



An industry background is a plus.



Freelance work is more common, but full-time work exists.





http://international.monster.com/workabroad/articles/translation/


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Dinorah Maria Tijerino-Acosta
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Interesting May 26, 2002

Very interesting article, Patricia, thank you for sharing it with us.



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