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The Impact of COVID-19 on the Translation Industry.
The Covid-19 pandemic became the center stage of all our lives in the early parts of 2020 where many people quickly learnt that staying home from work all day probably isn’t as great as was first thought. Australians are still feeling the effects of these lockdowns and even now as we are approaching the end of 2021 it continues to cause issues to the individual. Also, it has had an interesting “Sink or Swim” effect on the business world, more specifically, on the Translators and Interpreters.
Eliminate your Fears and Doubts about NAATI Translations
Australia is becoming increasingly multicultural as more people are deciding to call our “little” slice of paradise home. Australians have had the incredible opportunity to try new types of food, learn about different cultures and really develop an understanding of the opportunities they have been afforded as aussies. However, the transition to Australia can often be quite intimidating when you aren't familiar with a new government, that's in a new language, needing important documents professionally translated… and what is this NAATI thing I keep hearing about?
The difference between Interpretation and Translation
If you have ever moved to or from a foreign country, owned an International business or just really wanted to Interact with people from different language backgrounds and cultures then I am sure you would have come across the terms Interpretations and Translations. Although the terms are similar and can be used interchangeably in certain contexts, they are actually two separate words.
How to become an Online Language Translator?
Within the article we speak about the possibility of becoming a professional translator or interpreter, and we mention that they can receive some pretty decent salaries! But how does someone become an online language translator? Do you need a degree or any qualifications? and how much money are we talking about here?.
Online Careers for Foreign Language Speakers
It comes as no surprise that remote ¨Fill in the Blank¨ has become the new way of life for Australians and the world throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic. Many businesses have been forced into making rapid adjustments to their companies so as to continue with as much normality as can be provided. Although, not everything is “Doom and Gloom” as ...