Translation of CV’s
Are you interested in studying abroad, or for a postgraduate degree? Do you want take the plunge and work abroad? Do you own a business that has international clients? In any of these cases, it is advisable to translate your CV into English or into the language of the country you are interested in.
And who could be better at translating your CV than the translators of a translation and interpretation agency such as 9h05 Inc., specialized, among other things, in administrative and academic translation. With 16 languages available, 9h05 Inc. is the business that has the widest linguistic coverage in Ecuador, and the only one to have its web pages translated into ten languages.
Expand your international visibility and your professional credibility with clients, businesses, employers and universities, adapting your professional record to the regulations of the target country. Don’t forget that, in practice, not every country has the same CV format. As such, in the United States, if you do not present a CV with a maximum of two pages, your folder is immediately discarded.
On the other hand, in France or in Europe in general, the only courses or studies mentioned are the ones relevant to the position you are applying for. 9h05 Inc will assess the relevance of the content of your CV and will help you to bolster your professional experience and present it in the most advantageous way possible.
9h05 is a globally certified and recognized translation agency, enabled to emit sworn, official or certified translations, in all of the languages that we operate in (Spanish, English, French, Italian, Portuguese, German, Russian, Romanian, Polish, Dutch, Catalan, Galician, Kichwa, Arabic, Chinese, and Norwegian).
Remember, all documents that have been sent out by a body of an official nature, from far away or closer to home, or whose document displays an official nature, must be translated by a qualified person or translation agency, like 9h05, and must include the recognition of the signature of the authorized translator before a notary.