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Professionals by decree
I came across a blog post published on Sarah Dillon’s site:
“Some of the best translators I know don’t have a degree in translation, so they are certainly not a requirement to becoming a translator. However, an increasing number of newcomers to the profession are opting to pursue a formal (usually postgraduate) qualification in the field.”
It is an interesting point. Does a degree in translation help developing a career, get a steady flow of freelance work or become a good translator?...
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