While the pandemic seems to wear off only mildly and the European Commission only starts cautiously lifting borders and travel limitations, the need for multilingual translators (translation services) is still expected to grow rapidly within this decade.
Despite the global social distancing and the dramatic decline it brought to interpersonal communication, the communication in digital space seems to thrive as more and more businesses widely switch to virtual conferencing. This particularly and primarily concerns international B2B communication, which inevitably involves documentation and in turn stimulates a considerable demand for the interpreters in the nearest future.
Perhaps, the first ones in line appear to be the medical translators. During the harsh times of the coronavirus pandemic, freelance language specialists particularly focused on healthcare became a popular profession.
While this plainly demonstrates the rise of translation jobs, the freelancers will probably be exposed to a problem of the great choice, as a number of companies will certainly hire hundreds and thousands of new talents. So, if you feel like being a great interpreter searching for additional cash or planning to become one, go ahead and apply to the world’s best translation companies.
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