Introducing The Polyglot Profiles: why you should consider becoming a language professional By: Sanah Matadar – Social Media Coordinator Attention High School students! It’s that time of year. The deadline for university applications is looming closer and closer and no one doubts that the task of choosing what to pursue for the rest of your life at the age of 18 can be daunting. Let’s be clear about something: it’s completely okay to change your mind…
Imagine working 20 to 30 hours per week at a job, which is your primary source of income, but then not getting paid for months. Unfortunately, this is a reality for some freelancers. But MCIS is committed to ensuring that this is never the case for the language professionals we work with. And here’s why
In February, during our annual kick-off, I came across many familiar faces working for us as interpreters and translators. As a few of them stood on stage and shared their heartwarming stories, there was one common thread which caught my attention; they were newcomers who got their start in Canada because of the language service industry.
I am sure you are all familiar with the old adage that lowering prices will lead to lower quality services. Does this hold true in the Canadian Language Services industry?