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Voices Is Your Source for English to French Translator Jobs

If you have a passion for translating English to French and want to find jobs in the field, Voices is the place to be. We connect you with clients working on a variety of projects who are looking for English to French translators.

Stop spending time searching for jobs. Simply create a profile on Voices, include your qualifications and a portfolio, and we'll match you with jobs that you are qualified for. Make the most of your talent by focusing on the work, not the job hunt.

What Kind of Translation Jobs are Available on Voices?

You'll find many English to French translator jobs on Voices. Brands and companies are looking for professional translators to translate English into French for projects like videos, audiobooks, video games, eLearning, and more. You can work on diverse projects or stick to your interests—it's up to you.

You can work with some of the most recognizable brands when you sign up as a translator on Voices. These brands can include major cable channel networks and streaming providers, global technology corporations, and more. People all over the world may have a chance to experience your translation work.

The Skills You Need to Be a Great Translator

Two of the most important skills you need to be a translator are a passion for languages and a talent for communicating. You also need an in-depth knowledge of how both languages work and the culture where those languages are spoken.

A good translator does more than a one-to-one translation that can be found through tools like Google Translate. You have to be able to take one language and put it into another language in a way that conveys the same tone and meaning. This skill involves understanding the subtle nuances between both languages, and the target market for each project.

Which Countries Speak English and French?

With over 2 billion speakers, English is the most widely spoken language in the world and it's often used for business even in countries where English isn't the official language. While you may expect English to be an official language in countries like the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia, it's also an official language in countries like Belize, Botswana, and Pakistan.

In addition toFrance, French is spoken in 28 countries around the world, including Canada, Belgium, Madagascar, Chad, and more. There are roughly 280 million French speakers in the world. Many countries also have both French and English as official languages, like Canada, Cameroon, and Rwanda.

What Are the Similarities Between French and English?

While French and English have different origins—French is a Romance language, while English is Germanic—there are many similarities between the two languages that make it easy to translate between the two. Many English and French words share similar Latin roots and there are quite a few cognates between the two languages.

Grammar is also similar between the two languages, although there are some syntactic differences. It's estimated that around 27% of English and French words are similar and around 45% of English words have an origin in French.

Why You Should Use Voices as Part of Your Translator Career

As an English to French translator, your focus is both on your business and on your clients. It's important to diversify your income streams so that you always have work coming in. Voices connects you with some of the top international brands, helping you to build an impressive resume so that you can scale your translation business.

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Frequently Asked Questions

To become an English translator, you'll need to become fluent in another language. You'll need a good grasp of the vocabulary and grammar of another language and how it relates to English. You can then take a course and get certified as a translator. From there, you can start applying for jobs in your chosen industry.

English translator jobs are on the rise. Career forecasters expect the demand to grow up to 20% in the next decade. As companies and organizations aim to take their products and ideas to a more global audience, they'll need translators in many capacities.