American Sign Language interpreters are responsible for conveying information, as well as the meaning and intention between signed and spoken English. Training in this program prepares you to take the state certification exam, which will qualify you to work as an interpreter in educational, medical, legal, governmental, and religious venues.
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Interpret oral or sign language, or translate written text from one language into another.
Hourly Wage: $25.05
Currently Employed: 652
652 people are employed as Interpreters and Translators. This number is expected to increase by 13.65% over the next four years.
Data analysis of traditional and real-time labor market information (LMI) provided in collaboration with Emsi (Economic Modeling Specialists International), a CareerBuilder company.
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