Digital freelancing offers flexibility and freedom. You will face regular challenges while being in charge of your time, working as much or as little as you like from anywhere on the planet. Sounds fantastic, right?
In our increasingly globalized world, the demand for translation services, regardless of the industry and language pair, is on the up. While machine translation has made vast improvements, the need for human translators is greater than ever.
Do you dream of walking through old European cobblestone streets? Or maybe you would rather relax on a Caribbean beach or climb Mount Fuji? The right job can help you fulfill your dreams.
A recent survey from CareerBuilder found that 75% of US employers have spotted lies in the resumes they receive for job openings. But how do you identify a translation scammer?
With the rise of the internet and the boom in the freelancer economy, the way that translators and clients find each other has dramatically changed. Just as the act of translation itself breaks down boundaries,
Remote or home-based working has fast become a necessity for a lot of businesses. Whether it’s freelance translation services, remote writers, or business officials who do most of their work on the road,