Mox is a young but well educated translator. Two PhDs, six languages...
and he hardly earns the minimum wage.
The FB-link in your post goes to a Proz profile page...
Thanks Thierry, corrected.I hate you now
Great move, Mox (Alejandro)!Even the day to join Lamebook (facebook) is perfect. I love spending (wasting) time on Lamebook (facebook) on Fridays!
In my experience the agencies and clients paying the least are the most demanding and ask for freebies on top from proofreaders or translators like content editing, formatting etc…“My cleaning lady earns more than I do” here: http://lamirabelle.wordans.fr/my/boutique
Thanks for the post. By the way, I didn't quite get what makes you not trust them. Just because they crowdsource translation? I wish I had a bit more elaborated explanation. However, thanks for bringing it up. It does beg a lot of attention especially to a translator like myself.
I imagine Mox is also on Chirper? ;)
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