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As globalization continues to increase, so does the need for translation services. CNBC reported that the need for interpreters and translators has dramatically increased due to the amount of content in the world is growing exponentially. The employment outlook for those in the translation and interpreting industry is estimated to grow by 29 percent through 2024. This means your company may need to budget more to ensure you have enough to adequately cover translation and localization services. However, there are several steps you can take to control your translation costs in the upcoming year, ensuring that you’re getting the most “bang for your buck.”
Did you know American Sign Language is commonly said to be the fourth most-used language in the United States? While it is difficult to know exactly how many ASL speakers there are in the U.S., the estimation ranges from 500,000 to 2,000,000 speakers.
What many people do not realize is that there is not a single, universal dialect or version of sign language. Just as languages vary between countries and regions, so does sign language. In fact, more than 100 types of sign language exist!
Each industry tends to have their own jargon, so of course, the language service industry nearly has a language of its own! It primarily consists words that are at least eleven letters in length and usually end in -ation. Considering this suffix denotes an action or process, it only makes sense that the many processes involved in translation have this ending. But don’t fret, we've compiled a quick guide to help you navigate the most-know terms of this industry.