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Korean Instructor
Conducting High-Level Korean Instruction to U.S. Military Based in South Korea – Salary: $90K-$105K – Language: Korean

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Linguist/Cultural Advisor
1-Year Deployment to Africa, Afghanistan, or Iraq – Salary: $75K-$150K depending on experience, plus benefits and relocation – Languages: Pashto, Dari, Arabic, Kurdish, Chechen, Turkish, Turkoman, Somali, Turkish, Afar, Acholai, or Amharic

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Court Interpreter
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Regional Coordinator
Global Nonprofit Focused on Private-Public Partnerships – Salary: $50-$60 per hour – Languages: One or more language local to Central or Eastern Europe

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25,000 jobs are expected to open up for interpreters and translators between 2010 and 2020. That’s 42% growth for the field, according to the Department of Labor estimates.