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Pacific Interpreters Reviews

Updated August 1, 2017
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  1. "Contract Employee"

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    Current Contractor - Anonymous Contractor
    Current Contractor - Anonymous Contractor

    I have been working at Pacific Interpreters as a contractor

    Pros

    Great place to work as a contractor

    Cons

    I did not experienced any negative conditions


  2. "OPI frelance Spanish Medical Interpreter"

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    Current Employee - Spanish Medical Interpreter in Union City, NJ
    Current Employee - Spanish Medical Interpreter in Union City, NJ

    I have been working at Pacific Interpreters (More than a year)

    Pros

    Can work from home yeah

    Cons

    There is no benefits for freelancers

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    "Best place to work for a medical interpreter from home"

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    Current Employee - Gujarati Over the Phone Medical Interpreter in Portland, OR
    Current Employee - Gujarati Over the Phone Medical Interpreter in Portland, OR
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    Pros

    Over the phone interpretation, mostly medical, according to your own schedule. They have a lot of clients in any language and they are offering more salary than any other legit employer for working from home in this economy. I looked for a job for over eight months and found this as the best option if you want to work according to your own schedule. Even if you work somewhere, you can use up your part time working with them and they would not mind even if you stay on call an hour or log off during the hours that you have committed to. You can take a long vacation without prior notice as well. You don't have to do anything else but talk English and your other language properly and have a good quality phone line. And you don't obviously get paid a lot if you follow your own schedule but you do get more money than you expect because they have more number of clients than you would imagine.

    Cons

    Obviously there wouldn't be any benefits, but you don't need them if you work part time and from home do you? Some of the days are full of calls and some days, esp weekends would be cold but you were never going to depend on it as your primary source of income, were you? And I don't have much idea about the increase in rate after experience or any promotions or something. No cons really.

    Advice to Management

    Good job guys... A great social healthcare work plus generating so many jobs and helping the country and people in a tough time. Happy to be working with you guys!


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