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Topic: Why Russian translators are low-paid: a case study
Posted: Saturday, July 30, 2011 9:38:04 AM
If we are going to entertain economic theories in explaining the costs of Russian translation or interpreting services, we then have to consider supply and demand. With the recent waves of Russian immigration to the United States in the spanning pre world war 1 and post soviet union, we have found communities in NYC, Chicago, Boston flourish with a new found diversity, with many being first at most second generation Russian Americans - now there is a HIGH DEMAND for Russian Translators and Interpreters, with a very minute supply of certified English Russian interpreters ... hmmmm think OIL here guys... Russian Translation Services should be at a premium right now ... 70 to 80 dollars per page limited to 400 words... whats your take ?

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