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This announcement is solely and exclusively for those freelance translators residing in the United States. The Business Section of The New York Times, edition of March 25, 2013, contains a somewhat lengthy article about persons who derive their livings from freelance work. The article is both informative and instructive, particularly with respect to the issue of medical insurance for freelance operatives.
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John Holland France Local time: 19:13 Member (2012) French to English
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Mar 26, 2013
I'm not sure if this is the article you read, but it looks to have some interesting information for freelancers in New York:
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