Job Coaching Seminar for Bilingual - Wanted Translators and Interpreters

Atlanta, Georgia (PressExposure) May 05, 2009 -- Job Coaching Webinar for bilinguals and T & I professionals. This webinar training will be of interest to bilingual students, teachers and native foreign language speakers who seek work. Professional Translators and Interpreters may attend to learn how to expand their client and networking base via government and independent contracts. Employment of interpreters and translators is projected to increase 24 percent over the 2006-16 decade. This growth will be driven partly by strong demand in health care settings and work related to homeland security.

Additionally, higher demand for interpreters and translators results directly from the broadening of international ties and the increase in the number of foreign language speakers in the United States. Earnings depend on language, subject matter, skill, experience, education, certification, and type of employer, and salaries of interpreters and translators can vary widely. Interpreters and translators who know languages for which there is a greater demand, or which relatively few people can translate, often have higher earnings as do those with specialized expertise. Individuals classified as language specialists for the Federal Government earned an average of $76,287 annually in 2007. High-level conference interpreters working full time can earn more than $100,000 annually. Both of these trends are expected to continue, contributing to relatively rapid growth in the number of jobs for interpreters and translators.

Registration deadline for seminar is May 10, 2009 visit [http://www.4ulanguageservices.com] under events.

About 4u Language Services

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Contact Person: Lynn Henry-Roach
Company: 4u Language Services
Telephone: 404-729-0070
Email: 4ulanguageservices@gmail.com
Website: [http://www.4ulanguageservices.com]

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Press Release Submitted On: May 05, 2009 at 2:59 pm
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