Proofreading rate for Japanese document
Thread poster: S. D.
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United States
Local time: 02:01
English to Japanese
Feb 3, 2011

Hello, everyone! I have a question about the rate for proofreading Japanese/English documents. As the rate for proofreading/editing the translated English document from Japanese source document, I get paid $0.015 per Japanese character in Japanese source document. Is this too low or the standard rate in the market now? I checked some translators' rates but most of them I found were the rate per word, so I was wondering if anyone can share some thoughts how much you are charging per Japanese character in source document. About a year ago when I had a contract with this company, I asked for more but they declined. I thought it might be time to ask for raise. I know that the rate depends on experience and other items, but I appreciate if you can share some ideas. Thank you very much for any help that you can offer ご意見、ご感想いただけると、とても嬉しく思います。どうかよろしくお願いいたします。

[Edited at 2011-02-03 22:57 GMT]


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