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The U.S. Language Services Market in 2011
by Nataly Kelly, Vijayalaxmi Hegde
December 01, 2011
December 01, 2011

 
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Summary
What are the defining characteristics of the U.S. market for translation and interpreting services? What is the typical service mix, rate of growth, and average revenue per employee? How much re-selling takes place in this market? What has changed and what has not since we took a look at the U.S. language services market last year (see “The U.S. Language Services Market,” Sep10)? This brief sheds light on the language service provider (LSP) landscape of the United States of America.

The United States is one of the top-spending countries when it comes to language services. This is due in great part to the presence of many private industry buyers (see “Where the Translation Dollar Is,” Jan09). However, the government also spends very large amounts on translation, interpreting, and other services (see “Language Services and the U.S. Federal Government,” Dec09).

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