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Thread poster: Scheherezade Surià López
Scheherezade Surià López
English to Spanish
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Jul 19, 2002

I\'m quite new in the translation world and I would like to know what\'s considered a well-paid translation job or, in other words, what\'s the adequate price of a \"translated word\", so as not to be too cheap or too expensive when asking for payment.



Thank you very much


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 11:49
English to German
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Forum threads & rates info Jul 19, 2002

Hi!

I guess you\'ll find a lot of info in this forum, as well as in \"Getting established\" - just browse the threads.



Also, have a look at this one www.proz.com/?sp=bb/viewtopic&eid_c=20821&topic=3963&forum=8&3 - Henry (the founder, owner and operator of this site) has added some info regarding rates.



Best of luck!

Ralf


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