Globally Speaking: Will I Have a Job Five Years from Now? [Podcast]

Posted by Libor Safar on Tue, May 10, 2016 @ 01:30 PM


This is the first episode of Globally Speaking, a new podcast for everyone interested in translation, localization, globalization and global content issues. Every two weeks, we’ll sit down with a remarkable guest and discuss topics that matter to everyone and anyone engaged in global communications. Our goal is to educate, inform and challenge listeners, generate some great conversations and bring up new ideas and thought-provoking perspectives.

GloballySpeakingAlbumArt.pngIn this episode of Globally Speaking, co-hosts Renato Beninatto and Michael Stevens kick off the series by discussing Will I Have a Job Five Years from Now?

Every translator today seems to be asking this question above all others. Will we continue to have jobs in the future? Or will machine translation, better translation software, more speech, voice and text translator apps — and who knows what else — eventually make our jobs obsolete? The answers may surprise you.

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