You may be a mixed ethnicity college graduate whose parents did their best to turn their offspring into a proficient bilingual speaker or just a bachelor of arts with a good foreign language degree; once you have decided to become a translator and/or interpreter, you need a bit of further education in this field and also to obtain a degree. That will enable you to prove your level of knowledge and skills to potential employers. If that has been done and dusted, you will have to analyse your strong and weak points as well as the specific area that would make translation work both fun and rewarding for you.
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