Translation in United States

Freelance translators and translation companies

The United States has a large and growing translation industry. The U.S. market is bigger than any other country, and many of the largest translation companies are based there as well. The U.S. also has many independent freelance translators.

Several thousand professionals are members of the "American Translators Association", which offers certification and promotes the profession.

The ProZ.com community in the United States is one of the largest. Over 100 powwows and events have been held throughout the country


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ProZ.com members in United States



Translation associations and schools in United States

SchoolLa Salle University
AssociationRegistry of Interpreters for the Deaf
SchoolUniveristy of North Texas
SchoolUniversity of Colorado at Boulder
SchoolKalamazoo College
AssociationThe California Court Interpreters Association
SchoolState University of Binghamton (SUNY)
SchoolRose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences
AssociationMassachusetts Medical Interpreters Association
SchoolNorthern Illinois University

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Upcoming and past ProZ.com events in United States

Powwow United States - Aventura, FL Dec 7
Powwow United States - Owego Sep 29
Powwow United States - Pompano Beach Sep 14
Powwow United States - Houston Sep 14
Powwow United States - Cooperstown, N.Y. Jun 8
Powwow United States - Albuquerque May 16
Powwow United States - New York Apr 4
Powwow United States - San Francisco Mar 1
Powwow United States - Wallingford, CT Feb 23
Powwow United States - Miami Beach Feb 3, 2018

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United States vital statistics
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Time now
(Washington)
09:36 EST (GMT-5)

(5 hrs behind you)
Official languageEnglish

Largest citiesNew York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, San Francisco, Dallas, Philadelphia
CurrencyU. S. dollars (USD)
Calling code+1


ProZ.com users in United States
Logged in now63
Translators73985
Interpreters40163
Translation companies2
Popular outsourcers in United States
duxtranslations / DUX Translations
(Avg. LWA 5 out of 5, 50 entries)
Tranlanguage Inc. / Diego Rodriguez
(Avg. LWA 5 out of 5, 34 entries)
Alex Translation Services / Alex Wang
(Avg. LWA 5 out of 5, 32 entries)
Pastor Steven L Anderson
(Avg. LWA 5 out of 5, 30 entries)
Strommen Inc
(Avg. LWA 5 out of 5, 27 entries)
Compass Translation
(Avg. LWA 5 out of 5, 26 entries)
TrueLanguage
(Avg. LWA 5 out of 5, 25 entries)
Wordznow
(Avg. LWA 5 out of 5, 24 entries)
Rebuild Babel
(Avg. LWA 5 out of 5, 24 entries)
CDS & Associates, Inc.
(Avg. LWA 5 out of 5, 24 entries)

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