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  • Antoni C. Maroto

Protecting Your Identity

Different countries have varied resume etiquettes. Candidates may or may not include:


– Their birthdate

– Their mailing address

– Their marital status

– Their personal ID number


Now, if you're going to share your resume publicly on the Internet, it's best not to include the above data. Identity theft is a reality, and you may be risking too much!


Think about it:


Many companies ask their customers to verify the above data through remote channels. You don't want to help thieves impersonate you, right?


Remember:


It's great to ask for help online to find jobs or get hired as soon as possible – a simple like on social media may go a long way. Just make sure you protect your identity!


Right now, I'm open to working with new clients. Here's a summary of what I do:


Services:

  • Translation – General & Medical Documents

  • Localization – European Spanish, US Spanish & Central Catalan

  • Transcription – Phone Calls & Recorded Statements

  • Writing – Social Media & Blogs

  • Editing – Original & Translated Texts

Language pairs:

  • English into Spanish (ATA-Certified)

  • English into Catalan


I've been providing language services since 2004. I hold a licentiate/master's degree in Translation & Interpretation from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Additionally, I continue to educate myself in my fields of expertise.


Let me know if you have any questions here!