Sunday, April 26, 2015

Starting out in translation? Find a mentor!

10 comments:

  1. Great article! Thank you for all the information. I finished my Degree in Translation and Interpreting studies in Spain last year and I after a year being a PM in a translation company I've decided to try to start my career s a translator. As it's not as easy as it might look like, the idea of finding a mentor could me really interesting!

    Greetings from Spain!

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    1. Olatz, sorry it took me so long to reply. Thank you for reading my blog! I'm glad you found it interesting.

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  2. What a helpful blog you have shared with us.. This is is really very helpful for new comers.I am inspired by your work. I hope you will shared such informative post in future also.

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    1. Thanks so much for reading it! I'm really happy that you found it useful and inspiring.

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    1. Will do! Thanks for reading my blog, Mark.

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  4. Very good and useful article - I'll definitely share it with my students!

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  5. Thanks for your article and sharing your expertise, it's really appreciated. I'm just starting a new career as English/Spanish interpreter and this is very useful.

    martha

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  6. May I just say what a comfort to discover someone who genuinely understands what they're discussing on the internet.
    You actually know how to bring a problem to light and make it
    important. More people really need to read this and understand this side of your story.

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  7. Hello Maria! Useful advice for those who are planning on working in the translation field. Thanks for sharing! I would like to mention a good website http://l10nhub.com/ where those interested in the translation (and localization world) can find out some useful and fresh news. It might be a good resource. Thanks!

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