A Possible Formula to Calculate Your Rates
Thread poster: xxxwilliamson

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Dutch to English
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Sep 29, 2002

ExExUxVxAxFO :


E: Years of experience

E: Education

U: Uniqueness of the service

V: Value of the service

FO:Overheads: you can not possibly be at work all the time, because you devote a part of your time to non-productive tasks, such as administration, client-search, further training and education...

This seems to be a neutral formula, not taking into account economic factors in different countries. Why should a North-American translator earn more than a translator in Russia, for example?


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