Linguistic in United States

at a Confidential Company

Linguistics / Translation
Minimum Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
Required Experience
Entry Level
Employment Type
Full Time
Male or Female

Job Description

Linguistics Job Description

*Linguists study and explore all aspects of ancient and modern languages.

*They use scientific techniques to work with meanings, sounds, and origins of spoken and written words.

*Linguistic anthropologists study the relationships between written and spoken languages and the groups of people who use them, including those from rural cultures in developing nations or modern urban cultures in the West.

*Linguists work with language in a variety of ways. Some may develop and promote artificial languages.

*In private companies, linguists may work with computer scientists to create new computer languages that are more like human languages.

*Linguists also look for ways to make computers respond to voice commands and give spoken answers, rather than printed responses on a screen or a printout.

*They develop ways to use computers to translate languages and methods to analyze documents to check the validity of their stated origin.

Education and Training Requirements

*Bachelor's, master's, or doctoral degree
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