Viktoria Gimbe wrote:
The area you mention is a little too specific to find a steady workflow there.
I think your best bet is to make yourself a neat-looking profile and start answering job posts on the site here. Also, carefully watch the agencies/outsourcers on ProZ. You will eventually get to know who has a lot of work - some of them post something every other day. Also do a search on the net for agencies all over the UK and get in touch with them.
It will take some time, but if you make your very few clients happy in the beginning and keep taking care of your profile - eventually add a website - then after a while you will get offers you didn't even sollicitate.
Most importantly, keep working on it and when you do get a contract, do your best. The beginning is always slow... I used to have a hard time, too, when I started out, but now, I can't keep up with all the work coming my way.
Thanx! I specified this area mostly for intrerpretation gigs, translations can be accepted from all over the world as this site clearly represents the literal manifestation of the "global village"