2021 Language Industry Trends and Language Services Market

The Future of Language Services: Understanding 2021 Language Industry Trends and the Language Services Market More than 8% of the United States population is limited English proficient (LEP). That number projected to rise as immigration is expected to account for 88% of the U.S. population increase by the year 2065. Rising diversity in the United 

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Open Enrollment Language Services: Considerations for Health Insurance Providers

Why are language services essential during the health care open enrollment period? Between November 1st, 2020, and January 31st, 2020, millions of Americans will apply for health insurance through healthcare marketplaces. Open enrollment language services provide insurance marketplaces with a way to overcome language barriers that can cause health care disparities for millions of limited-English 

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Language Services for COVID-19 Contact Tracing

The importance of language services for COVID-19 contact tracing efforts cannot be understated. Language access is an essential tool during the ongoing coronavirus health crisis. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as of November 16th, 2020, there were at least 11.1 million cases of coronavirus (resulting in 246k deaths) in the United 

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Interpreters for Zoom and Remote Meetings: Fast, Reliable Language Support

“Can we use language interpreters for Zoom meetings?” If your organization has engaged in video conferencing or remote work this year, that may be a question you’ve asked. Fortunately for organizations across the country, adding interpreters for Zoom (and other remote meetings) is easy!  There’s no doubt that Zoom meetings have become a part of 

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Language Services for Private Practices: Patient Care in 300+ Languages

Language services for private practices promote effective communication between health care professionals and limited-English proficient (LEP) and Deaf and Hard of Hearing patients. The need for qualified medical interpreters has grown swiftly due to the growing number of LEP patients in the United States, and the increased need for Telehealth solutions in health care. In 

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Automotive Translation and Language Services: Speaking the Language of Consumers

The automobile industry helps drivers feel more secure when they travel, provides means of transportation, and positively impacts the U.S economy.  Approximately 9% of the United States labor force is engaged in work related to the transportation industry, and motor vehicle and parts dealers had just under 2 million employees on their payrolls in August 

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The Role of Language Services in the Manufacturing Industry

The Manufacturing Industry plays an important role in our daily lives. As of 2020, there are 565,537 manufacturing businesses in the United States, and around 7.9% of the U.S. labor force is engaged in work related to the manufacturing industry. A highly diverse sector of the economy, manufacturing companies have a need to communicate effectively 

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How Unitus Community Credit Union Uses Language Services to Empower the Hispanic/Latino Community

Hispanic Heritage Month: Unitus Celebrates the Culture, Contributions, and Accomplishments of the Hispanic/Latino Community through Hispanic-Focused Products and Community Support As a member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative, Unitus Community Credit Union serves 100,000+ members in the Pacific Northwest by delivering a range of low-cost products and services that meet the diverse economic and social needs of 

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Professional Document Translation Services in Over 100 Languages

Document translation services in over 100 languages. Since 1991, Telelanguage has helped thousands of organizations across all industries to improve language access programs through high-quality language interpretation and translation services.  Whether you have a global business or serve a local community, organizations must be able to communicate effectively in both spoken languages and written languages. 

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Senior Care Language Services: Language Access in Elder Care

Language access in health care settings promotes effective communication between health care providers and limited-English proficient (LEP), Deaf, and Hard of Hearing patients as 1 in 5 U.S. residents now speak a language other than English at home. This year has brought attention to serving the needs of our most vulnerable LEP populations, including seniors 

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