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Translating and interpreting

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Old Jun 22nd 2015, 4:19 pm
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Hi there,

My husband is a trained translator and interpreter in French, Spanish, and English. He is looking to do freelance work from home. Are there any suggestions of companies to use for this type of work in the US?

Thank you,
Sarah
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Old Oct 13th 2015, 5:23 am
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Since he's a freelance translator, he can work from anywhere in the world. I'm not sure from your post if he is looking for a full time job as a translator, or is he interested in finding translations projects and working part time. Although I've been working as a teacher for more than six years now, I do freelance translations when I have the time, and I've been using this website to find new projects: https://setlr.com/. I hope this helps you.
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