29 Sep Translation helps vets stand out from the competition
In a highly competitive work environment, veterinary professionals need to be able to differentiate themselves from the rest. That’s why professional translation is essential.
From a professional point of view, there are several reasons why veterinary translation is crucial:
To keep up to date with the latest research in the field and to improve the transmission of knowledge. The scientific literature is mainly written in English, so if you want to be informed about everything that is happening in the sector, you need to master the language.
Find new job opportunities and improve salary expectations. Most veterinary-related job offers already require a high level of English. This, together with the fact that more and more universities are offering veterinary degrees in English, means that if you want to stand out from your competitors, you need to have a high level of English. For veterinarians, learning English is also an investment, since mastering English improves their salary expectations.
Working abroad. Some countries such as the United Kingdom and the United States have high demand for veterinary professionals with a good level of English. If you are thinking of taking the leap and going abroad to work, you will need to be fluent in English, so don’t waste time, start studying now.
Offer veterinary services. By speaking English, you are opening the doors of your veterinary clinic to foreign customers who live here but still don’t speak much Spanish. This is very common in areas with lots of tourists and foreign residents, such as Barcelona and Malaga.