Welcome to Turnkey Translator

Welcome to Turnkey Translator, and congratulations on starting a new, exciting and lucrative career as a translator, interpreter, and international project manager!

The smaller the world gets, the bigger the translation industry grows. Before the setbacks of 2020, the global language services industry had seen more than a decade of year-on-year growth. Now that things are stabilizing, the industry is predicted to grow between $5-6 billion annually, reaching $57.7 billion by the end of 2022.

The great thing about the translation industry is that it’s easy to get started and offers endless growth opportunities. New fields are emerging all the time (especially in the app and technology sector), and you can easily enter new fields such as legal translation, medical translation, and interpretation without having to go back for another degree. You can even leverage your experience as a translator to apply to leading international companies, that are always looking for multilingual managers and project managers.

Most translators love their work because the content changes, you get to work with inspiring people, and you get to earn your money bridging cultures and helping people - and best of all, you often get to do it from the comfort of your home office.

Despite the fact that translation is such a promising and fulfilling career, there is a shortage of translators. Why? From what we’ve seen, many people either worry that they can’t make a good living doing something as simple as translating, and others don’t feel qualified to be a “professional” translator. In either case, you’re wrong! Translation can be an incredibly lucrative field, and even those who are not fluent in a language or don’t have subject matter expertise can become translators, as long as they can manage their resources and apply for the right jobs.

The goal of this course is to empower you - yes, you! - to start a lucrative and fulfilling translation career in the shortest time possible.

Turnkey Translator Course Curriculum.pdf
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