By Geoffrey Samuelsson-Brown
Most modern variation of the profitable best-seller that perspectives advertisement translation from the translator’s and customer’s viewpoints.
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Suitable candidates are then listed for approval by an appointing authority and may then be invited for a further interview with heads of department at the Commission or any other institution that may be interested in recruiting them. A deﬁnite job offer may be made after these interviews. Information about forthcoming competitions can be found in the Ofﬁcial Journal of the European Communities. 2 The United Nations A competitive examination for editors, translators/précis-writers and verbatim reporters takes place annually in order to establish a roster from which vacancies for editors, 23 A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR TRANSLATORS translators/précis-writers and verbatim reporters at United Nations Headquarters in New York, and at other duty stations (Geneva, Vienna, Nairobi, Beirut and Bangkok) are ﬁlled.
I was chided with the statement, ‘That’s very old school’ for having this attitude – but that is my opinion. ) The best of both worlds, of course, is being able to travel to the source language country to work on assignments. This allows you to retain the sharp edge of your mother tongue while keeping up to date with the source language and culture. I have seen signiﬁcant changes in my own lifetime. Some I am happy to accept whereas others make the English language poorer by their introduction.
A Practical Guide for Translators (Topics in Translation) by Geoffrey Samuelsson-Brown