Last Updated on August 17, 2021 by Kelly L. This post may contain affiliate links. Regardless, I only recommend sites I've researched and/or used and trust.
Translation Jobs You Can Do From Home
If you speak more than one language and want to work from home, here is a list of 25 companies that hire remote translators.
Oh, how I wish I spoke more than one language. I always tell myself… one day. Then I never move toward that goal. I did buy a CD once a few years ago to learn French. It was all songs and my daughter and I would sing them in the car. We learned basic things like “Hello”, “How are you”, “Nice to meet you” and colors. But then we just stopped listening to it. Not sure why. Maybe I will dig that thing out again.
But for those that do know more than one language – the possibility of working from home is good! I've spoken to a few subscribers that speak English as their main language and speak, write and read fluent Spanish that have amazing at home gigs. So it's something to consider for sure.
I work on this list all the time, so please bookmark it and come back often for more leads for freelance translation jobs. If you would please share it with friends and family too – I am sure they would appreciate it, and so would I.
I am noticing more and more companies offering translator work – so the opportunities are there. It's just finding one that fits your interests, skills and other criteria.
Current List of Work From Home Translator Jobs
– No testing is required, but you can send samples of your translation work. These can help you, as they are evaluated for employment.
– This app is taking off and hiring translators from all different languages, but urgently need Turkish translators.
– Hires freelance translators and editors.
– They hire independent contractors ongoing, so worth checking out and applying for.
More translation companies…
- ABC Translation
- Academic World
- American Journal Experts
- Butler Hill Group
- Certified Languages
- Language Line
- My Gengo
- Verbal Ink
- World Lingo
- Multilingual Connections
Also, don't forget you can always offer translation services on Fiverr and create your own business. Or, if you're still looking and none of these companies are a fit — remember Flexjobs offers TONS of remote and virtual jobs. They do charge a fee, but as someone that has signed up for Flexjobs in the past — I 100% recommend it for those looking for work at home.
Do you work at home as a translator or doing translation type work? Keep reading…
Being fluent in more than one language is wonderful. I applaud anyone that has mastered this. If you currently work in a translation position, please share your experience below in the comments section. If you know of any companies hiring translators and allow them to work from home, please share that as well. And feel free to ask questions below too.
The goal of this page is to help as many readers or visitors possible with the dream of working at home doing this type work. So with your help, we can make a wonderful and engaging resource. I thank you so much in advance.
If you’re still looking for work at home, please be sure to check out the entire Work at Home Directory for more job ideas. And speaking more than one language could possibly be a boon for someone that wanted to be their own boss by researching direct sales companies and finding one that they love.