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Hello everybody, i am preparing a professional project about conference interpetation and i have a few questions like: How contracts of employment are for a freelance or a permanent interpreter in an international organization? Which place is better to work as an interpreter? When should i retire? Can i really do another job in addition of being a conference interpreter? How to become later interpreter for TV programms like the news, series , movies ( if you know ) , the main languages spoken by interpreters? How the exams to enter interpreting schools work? and finally some advice to interpret simultaneously.

asked 30 Jan '18, 16:08

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closed 30 Jan '18, 16:51

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Hello, sorry for the late reply. Thank you so much for your help. Ps: Do i have to cast a vote or something? How ?

(02 Feb '18, 07:37) Binetwish

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