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Hi

I'm wondering what is the best way to say this:

1. It's very difficult nowadays to get into the translation market when you're just a beginner.

2. It's very difficult nowadays to appear on the translation market when you're just a beginner.

Do you have any other suggestions of how I can say the same???

cheers
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I have to make a few assumptions before I can give you my opinions….

I assumed you meant stock market and you are a novice investor. What do you exactly mean by “transition market”? Based on the context, I would think you meant volatile market. Right!

1. It's very (risky) difficult nowadays for a novice investor to get into the market when the market condition is voliitile.

2. It's very difficult nowadays to appear on the translation market when you're just a beginner.

I wouldn’t even try on # 2.

Do you mean get a job doing translations? Try "break into the market."
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Goodman
What do you exactly mean by “transition market”? !

transition market- where did I write it Emotion: big smile

thanks and take care
Grammar Geek
Do you mean get a job doing translations? Try "break into the market."

Right, this is what I meant.

I think I can also write: Nowadays, it's difficult for a beginner to get into the translation market.

thank you GG!
I would use "break into" instead of "get into."
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Huh! I think I am finally convinced that I need glasses. My eyes are reading words that weren't there! It’s rather embarrsing…
OK. Thanks.