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Posted by Stacey on
Sat, 23.07.2016
*** Previous *** Religion In Uganda, Christianity is widespread, making up approximately 84% of Uganda’s population.  39% of the population are Roman Catholic, with 32% following the Anglican Church...
Posted by Stacey on
Sat, 23.07.2016
Officially, Uganda is known as the Republic of Uganda. Located in East Africa, it’s a landlocked country in the African continent, bordered on the north by Sudan, on the south by Tanzania, on the...
Posted by Stacey on
Fri, 22.07.2016
*** Previous *** You must meet (or beat) every translation deadline. If you want to develop a base of regular clients, then this is a must. Sometimes it’s not enough to simply meet the deadline. If...
Posted by Stacey on
Fri, 22.07.2016
When you’re self-employed, the entire success of your business depends on how well or how badly you do your job, and we’re talking about every single aspect of your job; whereas when you work for...
Posted by Stacey on
Thu, 21.07.2016
*** Previous *** It’s also the scariest thing to do because you simply don’t know which of your clients will accept your new rate and which clients you’ll lose. However, if you decide to take this...
Posted by Stacey on
Thu, 21.07.2016
A small number of freelance translators have the right amount of work to suit their lifestyle, while the rest hover between having too much work and not enough. Those in the ‘Help! I’ve got too much...
Posted by Stacey on
Wed, 20.07.2016
*** Previous *** The Slovene Language Slovene is an Indo-European language and is the official language of Slovenia: it uses the Latin alphabet. The Slovene language is a rare and unique language in...
Posted by Stacey on
Wed, 20.07.2016
The South Central European country known as Slovenia is renowned for its mountains, ski resorts, and outdoor recreation. Slovenia borders Austria, Italy, Hungary, and Croatia – it stretches between...
Posted by Stacey on
Wed, 20.07.2016
Most translators, when asked how their workload is, will respond by saying that they’re very busy. And because most translators already have more than enough work to keep them busy, it’s led to a...

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