Translation Statistics

by Yevgeny Simzikov

По данным опроса, в котором приняли участие 1 000 переводчиков со всех концов света наиболее распространенным исходным языком перевода (source language) является английский – 72%, в то время как самым распространенным целевым языком (target language) является испанский – 18%, за ним следует итальянский – 15% , английский (11%), французский (9%), китайский (4%) и арабский (4%) языки.

98% переводчиков предоставляют услуги письменного перевода. За параллельный перевод могут взяться лишь 25% респондентов, 12% предлагают синхронный перевод.

Самая распространенная минимальная ставка за перевод 1 слова – 0,05€ (11%). 7% опрошенных требуют 0,06€ за слово. Самая высокая же ставка среди опрошенных – 0,9€. Такую сумму запросил лишь один переводчик.

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Summary in English

This is an article about which languages are most translated from or into based on a survey of 1,000 translators from all over the world. The most common source language is English, while the most common target languages are Spanish, Italian, English, French, Chinese and Arabic. Translations rates are also mentioned.


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