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11 Translator Jobs That Makes $1000 per Month

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Today we're looking at translator jobs, online translator jobs that you can do from home. This is perfect for people that know two languages and want to translate from one to the other. ► GET YOUR FREE COURSE HERE ◄ http://andyhafell.com/Free-Beginner-Course DISCLAIMER: I CANNOT GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL MAKE MONEY FROM THIS, OR ANY OF MY VIDEOS. I'M JUST SHOWING YOU DIFFERENT WEBSITES AND METHODS THAT HAS THE POTENTIAL OF MAKING MONEY. YOUR RESULTS MAY VARY. ALSO IF YOU SEE ANY LINKS IN THE DESCRIPTION, IT IS MOST LIKELY AN AFFILIATE LINK. I WAS NOT PAID BY A SPONSOR TO MAKE THIS VIDEO. Contact me: [email protected]
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Adriano Japan (4 months ago)
After 10 years working as a translator with countless agencies here in Japan I know only 2 websites that are 100% HASSLE free, no e-mail exchanging, no unexpected calls in the middle of the day, no bargaining/competing over rates, no invoice sending, just choose what you want to work with, deliver the file into their system and get paid at the end of the month. It works like this: everytime they get a translation task for say Japanese→Spanish they send an alert e-mail to all translators qualified in their system for this combination, so you click on the link, check the task/volume/deadline and if it is everything OK you accept it, download the file and upload the translated file. Of course you can manage all the tasks you have been doing during the month so you know exactly how much you will get at the end of the month. The only "problem" is their first come first served system, sometimes if you miss checking their e-mail for 5 minutes and proceed to click on the link the task is already taken by another translator. But apart of that, everything is so smooth and 100% hassle free! I wished all translation agencies worked with a system like this... strict tests at first but after you are in, you are FREE to work + get paid whenever you want.
Asami (2 months ago)
Adriano Japan thank you!
Adriano Japan (2 months ago)
Asami (2 months ago)
I’m Japanese. I’m interested in these 2 websites :)
Adriano Japan (3 months ago)
yep one of the main stress factors when working with translation is the constant pressure you have to reply e-mails in a timely manner and accept every task the agencies send you, the bad feeling you're left with when refusing a task due to tight schedule..... "will they contact someone else, get satisfied and replace me from now on?" feeling. You don't have to deal with this when using the websites I mentioned above.
Adriano Japan (3 months ago)
oh sorry guys, these 2 websites are totally in Japanese and they only have tasks to translate to/from Japanese.... but if there is any translator out there that speaks 日本語 I am more than willing to share these two.
Cynthia Macaringue (17 days ago)
Most of these sites are sooo full... btw I liked your random mêmes inbetween... good way to keep people's attention
Mario Chávez (21 days ago)
To say that you can work as a translator by simply knowing two languages is like saying you can write a novel because you know how to type.
Jonathan Mello (2 hours ago)
Mario Chavez I only know English and Brazilian Portuguese and I've seen a lot of people here getting decent jobs only with those two languages
Mario Chavez (5 days ago)
I didn't say a translator has to know more than 2 languages to be able to translate. What's important, a person has to write very well in order to translate professionally.
Pedro Corga (5 days ago)
That seems excessive but ok... Where is it written that a translator HAS TO KNOW more than 2 languages to be able to translate?
Yasmin Leon (24 days ago)
Wtf 1000? Thats not good lol
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KareemHD (1 month ago)
I make $650 a month as a translator.
Adrian lOl (23 days ago)
+KareemHD wow sounds cool!!
KareemHD (23 days ago)
I don't use sites or the internet at all. I'm a real life translator for patients. It's not my full time or even a part time job for me. It's a side kick.
Adrian lOl (23 days ago)
I hope not as a full time job? :/ that would be rough... I make about $6000 brutto. Full time though!
which site brother ? يا كبير
Safae elsafae (1 month ago)
which one do you use ?
Maryum Athar (1 month ago)
can i use google translation for this job?reply
Santiago de Miguel (1 month ago)
Not really, because the quality won't be good enough for the client's needs. You can probably use it just to save some time looking up certain words, but then you must edit the translation.
technology B (1 month ago)
Jordon Koh (1 month ago)
Well , I'm a Chinese Malaysian so........ I pretty much know 3 languages 1)English 2)Chinese 3)Malay But..... I'm just too lazy to "work" I rather be hanging out with my friends lol
3abdo (1 month ago)
who do you think the best of all this 11
cap mau (2 months ago)
thank for sharing 😊..
Jay Leon Digital Nomad (2 months ago)
You actually want a regular job dude? Wasting 40 hours a week for a paycheck just to feel more secure? You're funny...
Jonathan Mello (2 hours ago)
Jay Leon Digital Nomad I'd kill for that privilege
emyla langa (2 months ago)
I'm from the philippines can u suggest to me a site where I can appply?
Mushfic Fahim (3 months ago)
hey andy,how to work every translator side?if you have any video course please share me.i am beginner to earn online.
Majd Ismail (3 months ago)
Thank you so much
Tim Baker (4 months ago)
Helped a lot, thanks.
sports craze (4 months ago)
actually i cldnt pass the the test ..what i suppose to do now
sports craze (4 months ago)
i havent seen urdu to english translation work that much
sports craze (4 months ago)
how you know that..have yu done that?
funtonite (4 months ago)
sports craze I would suggest translating from English to Urdu. I bet there's a lot more for that pair.
sports craze (4 months ago)
what yu think about onehour translation..are they genuine?
Elena Mandel (1 month ago)
Laura Myteveli (4 months ago)
thank you You always provide amazing info
Andy Hafell (4 months ago)
Happy to Laura :)
Mouldy CPU (5 months ago)
Rev is an online sweatshop. Don't waste your time with it.
Luis Aguilar (5 months ago)
Proz is expensive specially for a beginner who's trying to make a dollar, and I just check they don't have many English to Spanish translation jobs available
Mauri Felix (10 days ago)
What was the cost bro
susan kariuki (11 days ago)
how much iz it?
Rosita Maria Matamoros (5 months ago)
Which place then can be the best?
Translations Ninja (5 months ago)
Try first at free places, sometimes just seeing advertisements doesn't cost too much, then at such places like proz or translatorscafe, but best way would be to register at few translation agencies (don't expect a job immediately, just need a little bit of luck) and then see if their conditions are OK. Anyway, at Translations Ninja we're just preparing video courses for starting translators - what to do, how to be prepared, where and how to start and so on (now there are free mini tutorials added that can sometimes help). Good luck!
bruno gava (5 months ago)
I think you forgot UPWORK, but well done video.
Johanna Schreiber (1 month ago)
Upwork is trash. You won't find any decent paying jobs there.
prince williams (6 months ago)
Seventy five words per minute is absolute outrageous. Coming from someone in a translation program at university ,NO ONE can accurately translate that many words a minute. A professional typist (significantly better than the average person) can type 75 words per minute, however that doesn't include the very lengthy and cognitively strenuous process of translation. A trained translator is more likely to do around 300 words an hour. An amazingly fast and accurate translator with a large memory in their translation software can do around 500 words, which is still nowhere close to the 4,500 you've purported. Sorry to burst anyone's bubble, but this is completely unrealistic. Additionally the reasons you are only paid so few cents a word on some of these site is because of a lack of certification, i.e. ATA certification that can have a near 90% fail rate due to high difficulty. I can't get over that 75 per minute, laughable.
Santiago de Miguel (1 month ago)
It's probably best to avoid these websites and work for agencies and direct clients. That's how you can translate 1500 words per day and still earn a good amount.
The Untender (1 month ago)
carimusic see my reply to another user above.
carimusic (1 month ago)
+The Untender still waiting the websites
Luwedgie (6 months ago)
Where can I find a video of that satisfying thing at the end?
Alfredo Suárez (7 months ago)
muy interesante, muchas gracias.
Leon Kennedy (8 months ago)
Can someone Help get translation Job,I can translate and transcribe English and Arabic on online,Contact me @: [email protected]
Andy Hafell (9 months ago)
What do you think about these translator jobs?
Technical Videos (1 month ago)
andy hafell please tell me about your screen recorder
Adriano Japan (3 months ago)
complementing Andy's answer, I think the first step is to register yourself in as many translation agencies as you can, they will eventually send you a task or two and thus you earn their trust. There will be some cases you will be in contact with the final client and you can try offering your services without going through the agency. In this case you can earn up to twice the ammount you were getting from the agency.
Everydayisgamingday (7 months ago)
with gengo is it strictly u.s only?..Some sites are like that im in a different country
Queta Sebastiao (8 months ago)
Thank you
Andy Hafell (8 months ago)
Hey Queta, I honestly don't know if cold calling will help you. If i were to translate one of my blog posts or video scripts to Spanish for example. i would go to one of these sites. So apply for as many jobs you can, and build a relationship with the people you get work from. Email them every once and a while to see if they need more of you.

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