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Last updated on November 30th, 2017 at 02:53 pm

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As the most populous city in California, the residents of Los Angeles are a diverse group: The single largest segment being Hispanic / Latino at about 47.5%. Among all LA residents, fewer than 60% are born in the United States.

Amazingly, LA’s gross metropolitan product is third in the world behind Greater Tokyo (2nd) and New York City (1st). The massive urban area offers residents and visitors alike a center for business, entertainment and international trade. In fact it’s this volume of trade and travel that can keep translators in Los Angeles busy. Farsi, Arabic, Spanish and Chinese Language needs can all be found in the daily routine of life and business in Los Angeles.

All that commerce in action plus the diversity of its residents propels the use of translation services in Los Angeles to keep the city moving. Among the services: translating documents for buy and sell agreements, business contracts, technical and medical documents, insurance paperwork and medical record. And, aside from business to business needs, school districts can find themselves in need of translation. For those parents who are recent immigrants into the United States, and have limited proficiency in English, having school information and academic reports translated is the difference between your child being prepared or being left behind.

Even museums and the centers for cultural arts can employ the use of translation in order to better reach and interact with their patrons. Clearly, a translation agency servicing Los Angeles can find their services in high demand.

FloraY
FloraY
Flora was born and raised in New York to parents from Hong Kong and Taiwan. She has a degree in Accounting. She is fluent in Mandarin, and contributes a unique perspective as someone who was raised in 2 different cultures. She finds humor and opportunities to learn as she constantly searches for the balance between the East and West.