Survey: employment trends for newly graduate conference interpreters (2002-2012)
Thread poster: Benjamin Thornton Barclay

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Jun 9, 2013


I am I am currently writing a dissertation on employment opportunities for newly graduate conference interpreters (graduated between 2002-2012) in the European private market and am collecting answers by means of a survey posted on social media, blogs and websites.

I was wondering whether you could help me by filling this survey out? Remember, CONFERENCE INTERPRETERS only (so no PSI for this survey).

Survey description:

" This dissertation is an attempt to establish employment trends for recent graduates in the private market.
Your contribution is absolutely vital to help interpreting students figure out what the situation might be once they graduate.

The questionnaire is anonymous and takes up to a maximum of 10 minutes. Respondents should be interpreters who graduated from an interpreting course (MA/postgraduate diploma) between 2002-2012 and are working as freelancers in the European market; interpreters with no formal qualification who started working during these years can also take part.

Should you have any questions or want receive a copy of the thesis once it is finished, please write to:"

Survey link:

Thanks in advance!



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Survey: employment trends for newly graduate conference interpreters (2002-2012)

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