How much should I charge? Remuneration models for Translators

Remuneration is always a hot topic for everyone. This session is for translators and discusses what remuneration models exist for post-editing and translation with NMT plugin in the workflow. It will discuss the usage-based, hourly and per word methods and look at their pros and Cons. It will also look at translation and transcreation work, where the added value from the linguists comes from. Bring your questions but also your comments and experience to share with others.

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