In this post from web-translations.com, Anna Lycett, a Polish translator, provides some dos and don’ts for creating a CV. Most of her advice is very solid, good for any profession. She does mention that listing your native language could be very relevant if you are applying as a translator. She also suggests listing language combination(s)
and translation specialities, which are critical for translation jobs. This is a nice, short, but information-filled read.   So you’ve decided that the time has come and you want to get work as a translator. You’ve completed your degree or found some great opportunities and all you need to do is send your CV to potential clients and just start translating… Stop.
Via blog.web-translations.com

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