enk wrote:The best thing to do would be to learn Finnish pronto, because
there are about 10 proofreaders in Finland that are native English
speakers *and* know Finnish. They command top prices.
malongo wrote:-I don't know Finnish (although I plan on spending most of my free time learning, since it seems to be the most consistently important factor in gaining employment)
I have no experience in proofreading/copyediting (although I write pretty good, me thinks!)
-I don't have a work permit (although I am marrying a Finn and gaining all of the immediate benefits that come along with her; e.g. residency)
malongo wrote:-I have no experience in proofreading/copyediting (although I write pretty good, me thinks!)
The main reason I was testing the waters here on copyediting is that I'm looking for work as quickly as possible, and I thought I should aim a little higher than flipping Hessburgers while I have the chance.
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