The study is an EUATC initiative conducted with the active support and involvement from the Globalization & Localization Association (GALA), the European Language Industry Association (Elia), Fédération Internationale des Traducteurs (FIT), European Master's in Translation (EMT) and the Language Industry Platform (LIND). According to Rudy Tirry this year's survey attracted more than 1,400 respondents. "This will make the results statistically reliable," he commented.
The results will be unveiled by Rudy Tirry during the final session of the EUATC's annual conference, T-UPDATE taking place in Tallinn 25/26 April. Anyone registering to attend the conference will not only get the change to hear the results, but to directly question Rudy Tirry's analysis.