Most translators have a bachelor's degree. The most common areas of study are Foreign Languages and Literatures, Linguistics, and Translation.

What degrees do translators have?

The most common degree held by translators is Foreign Languages and Literatures, held by 5% of translators. Other common degrees include Linguistics, and Translation.

Get a detailed breakdown of translators and the different types of degrees they hold:

Degrees that translators hold

Degrees % of translators
Foreign Languages and Literatures 5%
Linguistics 4%
Translation 4%

What level of education do translators have?

Translators often have similar levels of education. 52% of translators have a bachelor's degree, with the second most common being a master's degree at 34%.

Level of education that translators have

Education % of translators
No education 0%
High school diploma 1%
Certificate or associate degree 12%
Bachelor's degree 52%
Master's degree 34%
Doctorate 0%