Why Foreign Languages are Important
By Isabelle Kaup, Mauricio Parra, Adrian Tapia
What jobs or careers benefit from foreign language skills?
banking, marketing, import export, purchasing, finance, advertising, consulting, government service, social work, architecture, engineering, journalism, public relations, library service, archaeology, philosophy, medicine, the travel industry, telecommunications, music, theater, research, International telephone operators, Foreign news correspondents, Foreign news photographers, Translators of books, articles, and reviews, Film production and entertainment media, Editors for university and other presses, Fashion buyers, Personnel managers, Public relations experts, Business executives, Representatives of foreign companies, International banking and finance, International lawyers and patent attorneys, Diplomatic corps, Court interpreters and translators, U.S. customs agents, U.S. Naturalization Service agents, U.S. Postal Service, Intelligence work, Nursing in ethnic communities, Law enforcement officers, Public assistance interviewers, Health services, Multilingual defense attorneys, Translators of foreign publications in private and public libraries, Classifiers of foreign documents, Research librarians, library acquisition specialists, Textbook authors and editors, Public education teachers in bilingual settings, Language teachers, University schools of education, Teaching of English as a Second Language (TESOL), Overseas teaching for private corporations and international schools, Scientific research and translating, Archaeology, Museum studies, Hospital management, Studying or practicing medicine in the United States or overseas, Hotel and resort staff and management, Travel agents, Airline flight attendants, Airport personnel, Foreign travel advisors, Tour guides
Which of these jobs are increasing in number?
Which jobs pay the most?
Where are these jobs located?
realty specialist- anywhere