Lillian Clementi, 55, of Arlington, Va., translates legal and financial documents from French into English for French corporations, and says she loves her job. The number of jobs for translators and interpreters doubled in the past decade.
Lillian Clementi, 55, of Arlington, Va., translates legal and financial documents from French into English for French corporations, and says she loves her job. The number of jobs for translators and interpreters doubled in the past decade. Patrick Gillespie Patrick Gillespie
Lillian Clementi, 55, of Arlington, Va., translates legal and financial documents from French into English for French corporations, and says she loves her job. The number of jobs for translators and interpreters doubled in the past decade. Patrick Gillespie Patrick Gillespie

Translators find growing demand for their services

August 13, 2014 02:00 PM

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