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TransPerfect is a New York, NY based company with 70 offices across 5 continents that provides “a full range of language and business services."

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I’ve learned firsthand that running a very small business in a single country in a single language can get extremely complicated. Trying to operate across many countries, cultures, and languages must be insane. But for many companies the allure of growth through international expansion is impossible to pass up. It’s often impractical or impossible to build a team that can do everything required to operate internationally, which is why TransPerfect exists. They’re a New York, NY based company with 70 offices across 5 continents that provides “a full range of language and business services including translation, interpretation, website globalization, subtitling/voiceovers, multicultural marketing, diversity and inclusion consulting, deposition services, and litigation support to multinational companies.”

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TransPerfect was started by two New York University Stern School of Business students in 1991. They bootstrapped out of a dorm room with the goal “to provide the highest quality language services to leading businesses worldwide.” That’s just what they’ve done. TransPerfect covers 170 languages with “2,000 full-time employees” and “a network of over 4,000 certified linguists and subject-area specialists.” They’ve done work for all kinds of clients including ABC, Boeing, Chrysler, MTV, Wal-Mart and a ton of other huge names. If you really want to dig into what TransPerfect does, you should read up on their service offerings and their industry specializations. If the work sounds interesting to you, visit TransPerfect’s Careers page. TransPerfect’s applicant tracking system won’t let me link directly to their job postings, so I’ll leave it to you to browse through them. Titles to watch out for include Project Coordinator, Quality Manager, Account Executive, Junior Engineer, Junior Web Developer, and Client Services Associate. There are also Linguist/Translator positions. TransPerfect has locations all across the US and the world, so there’s a good chance that you’ll find something that interests you.

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One response to “TransPerfect”

  1. Janel says:

    Just a heads up – I would read some reviews online before applying to TransPerfect. I applied and was going to go for an interview for a Project Coordinator position that seemed like a great fit – until I read some reviews of the company. One major red flag is that the positive ones are clearly fake – if a company needs to falsify positive reviews, it’s not a good sign. The genuine ones suggest an unprofessional work environment with poor pay, and very high turnover. Now, I don’t have any 1st hand experience so I can’t say for sure it’d be a bad experience, but the company doesn’t seem to be as great as their own literature would make it seem.

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