Interpreter & Translator Careers


The U.S. Bureau of Labor & Statistics has forecasted a 42% growth outlook from 2010 to 2020 for our industry, faster than the average.  If you are interested in a career as a professional linguist, we invite you to join our team of professionals.

To embark on a new career, please click the “Become an interpreter” or “Become a Translator” links and provide us with your contact information and we will help you achieve that goal.

Featured Articles

Interpreters and Translators Top Emerging Career in 2017 According to UC San Diego

December 5 2017

Among the top 10 “emerging careers” for bachelor’s degree holders made by the University of California San Diego’s Extension Center for Research on the Regional Economy, Interpreters and Translators came in at the top of the list, showing a growth of almost 31% across the US by the year 2026!

University Lists Top 10 Emerging Careers for College Grads in the US; Interpreters Top List

November 30 2017

The University of California San Diego Extension Center for Research on the Regional Economy lists Interpreters and Translators as one of the top 10 emerging careers for college graduates in the United States, focusing on jobs required less than five years of work experience.

Occupational Outlook for Interpreters and Translators 2016

October 24, 2017

Learn about what a typical career in interpretation and translation could look like for you. View job outlook and median pay statistics, read about the typical work environment and more on the Bureau of Labor’s Occupational Outlook Handbook website.