Hello students, I am currently also a student. lol
so I have heard from a few people through family that interpreting is excellent to do and you get paid.
My mother language is Kurdish and I am fluent in both kurdish and english.
I want to start translating for people other than my family, I currently translate for my aunties, friends of theirs etc.
Everyone who I've translated for is very pleased and says I make them understand very well, so now I want to become a legit guy who does it for cash.
Sadly, I have no one to ask for advice from, and the internet is providing very low information.
However, most of the information I've found tells me I need atleast a Post Graduate degree?(kurdish people herewho do translate don't have a college degrees, and they still do it so idk wtf they on)
Does anyone know what I need to become an interpreter that will be called in for people who may have difficulties in hospitals and stuff?
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