Lingua 5B wrote:
If interpreters are professional, trained, and reliable...
One thing we forget:
A career is something that entails promotions, bonuses, pension, etc.
A business is an asset, which you own and can sell.
We're neither. We' re job for hire. Usually when we realize this, it's already too late.
The best conduct in this job (as it has been formed in the last 5-8 years) is to have it as occasional "part time" for winter weekends.
Or open an agency just to get some government money.