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Jobs in Ireland with Irish Language

Article in partnership with Day Translations. There are very specific jobs in Ireland that require an advanced knowledge of the Irish language, plus other jobs that recommend some understanding of Gaelic.The question is: do you need to understand Irish to get a job in Ireland? The answer is no for most jobs, however, for academia,

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Drafting Agreements to Work with International Clients

Being a location-independent entrepreneur or remote worker often includes working for international clients. While the working language may be English, some elements of an agreement between a service provider and a client may require translating the terms into one or more local languages. This is an article in partnership with Day Translations. Drafting an Agreement

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The Key Reason Professional Interpreters Are Irreplaceable

The language industry is evolving constantly and, although a huge number of technology solutions are assisting the work of language professionals, nothing will ever outperform human interpreters. This article is in partnership with Day Translations, the organisers of the Day Awards celebrating the best in the language industry, rewarding the best translation tools, translated content

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Remote Interpreting Platforms: Friends or Foes for Conference Interpreters?

This article is a collaboration with Day Translations, providers of remote interpreting and translation services. In the past few years, alongside many other jobs, conference interpreting went remote. While conference interpretation still requires in-person meetings to be performed 100% successfully, there are several instances where remote interpretation is suitable and will provide satisfactory results. Remote