The Linguist Magazine on Multilingualism

This article is in partnership with Day Translations. In the third issue of The Linguist Magazine published in July 2024, Day Translations discussed how multilingualism is an important asset for global companies. Companies that have a multilingual approach can benefit from a number of advantages, from attracting a more diverse workforce and a wider international

The Linguist Magazine Goes to Washington

This article is in partnership with Day Translations. Day Translations launched the third issue of The Linguist Magazine in July 2024. In this issue the main topic is a focus feature on their Washington DC office. Day Translations has a large international workforce around the world of professional translators that is more than 10,000 people

The Linguist Magazine Releases Its 3rd Edition: Exploring Linguistic Diversity in the Gaming World and More

New York, NY – [4 July 2024] – The Linguist Magazine is proud to announce the release of its3rd edition, set to go live on July 11th. This edition is packed with fresh insights and in-deptharticles, making it a must-read for language enthusiasts, professionals, and anyone interested inthe dynamic world of linguistics and localization. Highlights

Relationship between the Meaning of Work, Work Engagement, and Perceived Employability among Digital Nomads

By Kadri Koor Abstract The master’s thesis aim was to identify the relationships between the meaning of work, work engagement, and the perceived employability among digital nomads. Additionally, differences in the meaning of work among digital nomads of different ages were explored, as well as the perceived employability differences among digital nomads of various classifications,

Are There Constructed Languages in Asian Countries?

This article is in partnership with Day Translations. We have explored a couple of constructed languages that were heavily influenced by European languages, but what about Asian languages? Is there a common language that people can use in different Asian countries? Southeastern Asian Languages There have been several attempts at categorising Southeastern Asian languages, but

Is Interlingua Better than Esperanto or Viceversa? A Close-up on Constructed Languages

This article is in partnership with Day Translations. To answer the question in the title, no language is better than the other because each serves different purposes. Both esperanto and interlingua aim to aid communication among people from different countries and cultures and both are constructed languages. But first, what are constructed languages? A Brief