A recent survey by Nimdzi revealed that almost 35 percent, or every third interpreter, had to either leave the profession, take a prolonged leave of absence, or stop taking certain assignments due to their struggle with vicarious trauma.
Tourism in the US is worth about USD 220 billion. Retail is worth USD 106 billion of the total travel spending in the US (domestic & international).
This is the first Nimdzi Interpreting Index. There has not been a ranking of the top players in interpreting in years and it is a great time to take a closer look at this sector of the language industry because interpreting is becoming more significant and scalable.
Studies have shown that providing professional interpreting services in hospitals can decrease lengths of stay and reduce readmission rates of patients with limited English proficiency (LEP).
Virtual Interpreting Technology (VIT) is one of the fastest-growing areas in the language industry today.
It is estimated that a language dies every two weeks. This means that every two weeks, we lose a part of human history and culture, and a unique view of the world. Languages dying is nothing new, but the rate at which they’re dying is becoming ever more alarming. What’s even more troubling is that […]
Vicarious trauma happens when we internalize someone else’s trauma and experience it as if it were our own. It mimics the symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), even though the actual trauma happened to someone else. Vicarious Trauma in InterpretersPractical Implications of an Overlooked Issue Introduction Vicarious trauma happens when we internalize someone else’s trauma […]
On Friday, a new company was born from the merger of Stratus Video and InDemand Interpreting. Together, they are now the third largest interpreting company in the world, with a combined revenue of over USD 100 million, and possibly the leader in medical remote interpreting. Stratus and InDemand Mergeand Become the Third Largest Interpreting Group […]
You’re sitting in a courtroom at a war tribunal. You hear “I had to watch them being slaughtered,” “I can still hear them scream.” You’re standing at the hospital bed of someone who tried to kill himself. You hear, “My life is not worth living anymore, I just want it to be over.” […]
According to the Nimdzi 100 annual report, the language services industry will reach USD 53.6 billion in 2019 and is projected to reach USD 70 billion by 2023. While conducting the research for the Nimdzi 100, we reached out to the national statistics bodies of 80 countries with the largest GDP. 39 offices responded with […]