You're smart, sociable, adaptable, and kind of a genius when it comes to language. Deaf people currently require the use of an interpreter when going about every day business that requires communication with the hearing (non-sign language users) community. In The United States of America and some parts of Africa, American Sign Language (ASL) is the type of language that most Deaf people use on a daily basis.
ASL Trained interpreters are hired by Universities, Hospitals, and other places that the Deaf frequent. Being an interpreter is exciting as one day an interpreter may work with a Deaf client during a Doctor's visit and the next day work as an interpreter for Deaf clients who happen to be in the audience of a comedy show. So, basically, you'd be great at a job that requires quick thinking, adaptability, and high language skills. Take Another Quiz
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