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How to work like interpreter in EU Institutions

When it comes to the European Union one would come across several EU members states and each of them have their own culture, identity and language. The EU is comprised of member states that speak various languages which is why there is a need for translators in the EU. EU laws, rules and regulations affect all member states. Since not too many states within the EU speak the same language as the other, there is a need for interpreters and translators who can help translate conversations, laws and rules into other languages. This is important for communicating with other nation states. People interested in becoming translators have to win competitions held by the EU every three years. While permanent translators work permanently, according to their contracts, there are temporary staff translators (who work for 2 or 4 years) and contract staff translators (who for up to 36 months) too.   ... Read More