Off topic: job market for italian translator/interpretors?
Thread poster: gfetish17
I have two quick questions: are there many jobs available for the market in english>italian/italian>english translation field, and which language has had the most sucess in gaining a higher income annualy?
| | Ralf Lemster
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English to German
| Quick answer to a quick question... || Mar 22, 2005 |
There is no free lunch.
and which language has had the most sucess in gaining a higher income annualy?
In other words: what's the easiest way (relatively speaking) to make as much money as possible?
Things a not that simple, I'm afraid.
May I suggest you take some time to study the vast amounts of experience available in these forums, perhaps searching for the key words of specialisation, gain experience and marketing.
Good luck, and best regards,
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