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How many opportunities are there for a linguistic major in Massachusetts, specifically Boston.

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Active Apr 04 at 09:28

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Posted by Kilbert B.

What is the best way to deal with people misunderstanding your field?

I'm studying Linguistics, and I've seen many businesses post openings for a "linguist" when what they actually want is a translator. Since people often misunderstand the relevance of the work that linguists do, what is a good way to counteract that and find jobs relevant to what I'm actually...

#linguistics #job-search-strategies

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Active Feb 09 at 03:15

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Posted by Jessica H.
Lance Nathan | Senior Linguistics Developer at Luminoso Speaking as someone with a PhD in linguistics: it's not just ...

What language would be the most beneficial to those living in the lower center of America, such as: Oklahoma and Texas?

Language barriers, if they are overcome, open many doors and add opportunities to careers that may not have been possible otherwise....

#linguistics

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:21

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Posted by Addison V.
Manuel Garcia Addison, First and foremost, obviously would be English but I assume ...

Study linguistics, then what?

I'm really interested in #linguistics, mostly the history of speech and languages, how words became to mean certain things etc. What career options will I have after I graduate in this field? Research?...

#career

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Active Apr 08 at 05:03

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Posted by Léane M.

Jobs with a humanities degree

I'm considering majoring in #humanities, but I don't think I'd be a good human resources, I'm not really sure what I'd like to do, but I'm interested in #linguistics, and maybe #anthropology , are these part of humanity? What courses are part of Humanities...

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Active Mar 21 at 19:29

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Posted by Léane M.
Andrew Sukijbumrung | Deployment Specialist at PwC Humanities is a very broad field, and linguistics and anthropology would ...

What can I actually do with my degree?

I plan on majoring in linguistics and whenever I tell someone that I always get "what kind of jobs are there for a linguist?" Honestly, I don't know. So what CAN I do with my degree? What kind of jobs are suited to my studies? #linguist #linguistics...

#what-kind-of-jobs-can-i-expect

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Active Dec 01 '17 at 19:19

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Posted by Savannah L.
Candace St. Louis | Manager, National Deals Risk & Quality at PwC ... Hello Savannah, As someone who studied Linguistics (among other things) and ...

Is the knowledge of foreign languages beneficial in obtaining a higher-paying job, most especially in accounting, and which languages would be most beneficial to know?

I am currently a rising high school senior, and I am still trying to review the best options of study for a successful career. I believe that I may want to study to be an accountant, but I also love foreign languages and working with those people with different cultural and language...

#accounting #foreign-languages #linguistics

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Active Aug 21 '17 at 13:18

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Posted by Manon B.
Kevin Jenkins | Sr. Financial Advisor Knowing a different language is definitely beneficial to any career. I'm ...

Other than interpreter positions, what other positions are available in the Federal Government for someone majoring in Applied Linguistics?

I am asking because, I am extremely interested in languages, especially American Sign Language, and am interested in working with the Federal Government. #federal-government #foreign-languages...

#linguistics

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:28

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Posted by Cheyenne B.
Mikio Bohler | CEO at Mikios Natural Body Scrub LLC See link from usajob.gov. Foreign language teacher, interpreter, etc. https://www.usajobs.gov/Search/?Keyword=foreign+language&Location=&homeRadPublic=public&search=Search&AutoCompleteSelected=False&CanSeekStatusJobs=False

Humanities part time job

Starting September, I'm going to be an #international student in the US, so I'm gonna be studying with a F1 visa and this visa only allows me to work outside of campus in my study field, I'm probably going to major in #humanities (my preferred subjects are #linguistics and #film), what part...

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Active 2 days ago

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Posted by Léane M.
thomas mukandi | Owner, digitalworks film production With film and linguistics what you need is social and technical ...

How does a professional in an office job deal with anxiety attacks or major depressive days?

I am a university student dealing with a General Anxiety Disorder and Major Depression. I have had to take a reduced course load this semester in order to take care of my mental health. I am worried about oversleeping or having panic attacks at work once I graduate and start an entry-level job....

#linguistics #mental-health #human-resources

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Active Apr 06 at 07:26

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Posted by Kelly A.
Candace Switzer, SHRM-SCP | Human Resources and Safety Manager The ideas Daniela gave above are excellent. Managing your anxiety and ...

Which careers should I look into?

My interests include linguistics, english, writing, editing, and psychology. Additionally, I really enjoy learning new things and researching. I also enjoy explaining things to others and tutoring. Are there any careers out there that might suit these interests? #linguistics #english...

#teaching #writing-and-editing #research

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Active Mar 25 at 22:37

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Posted by Hannah S.

I am a student of linguistics in a Bachelor of Arts program. What jobs can will I qualify for after graduation?

I would like to pursue a career in technology. #programming #information-technology...

#linguistics

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Active Feb 27 at 08:07

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Posted by Kimberly S.
Lance Nathan | Senior Linguistics Developer at Luminoso Kimberly, If you're interested in working in technology, a degree in ...

What are benefits of having a minor in Linguistics?

I am currently thinking about minoring in Linguistics, and my career goal is to work in the Education field. #school #college-minor #k-12-education...

#linguistics

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:29

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Posted by Krishia A.
Lance Nathan | Senior Linguistics Developer at Luminoso I can't really speak to the practical benefits of minoring in ...

How can I get aid to go to college in South Korea?

I am really wanting to go & study at Yonsei University in South Korea. #forensic-anthropologist #linguistics #yonseiuniversity #southkorea #study-abroad...

#financial-aid

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Active Nov 29 '17 at 11:56

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Posted by Karla R.
Alissa James | ✤ Contract Recruiter | Interview Coach | Career ... Hi Carla - Please check out these links below. Good luck! ...

What are some careers should I research?

My plan right now is go to a junior college for two years, get an AA, then either go to a local (CA) university or state school and take part in an exchange program to France, or directly sign up for university in France. The reason why I am focused on France, is because I really love the...

#linguistics #psychology #environmental-science #french #career-choice #career-counseling

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Active Oct 31 '17 at 13:50

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Posted by Connor H.
Stephanie Jackson | Specialist in higher and international education, career and ... While still in HS, investigate the study abroad options of the ...

What opportunities are there available for those interested in linguistics?

I'm interested in language and literature. What sorts of work could I get involved in? #english-literature #linguistics #language #literature...

#career-counseling

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Active Oct 11 '17 at 08:34

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Posted by Kyle W.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Kyle! Because it provides a broad knowledge base, flexible communication ...

Should my resume be bilingual or monolingual?

I am applying for internships in linguistics, translation and languages-related fields. I live in Montreal, which is a very bilingual city. I am wondering if it is perceived as too much to send my cv in double in order to send it in both French and English. If I should send a single version,...

#linguistics #foreign-languages #language #job-application #french #english #translation

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:50

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Posted by Kelly A.
Natalie Fein, MSeD, NCC, DCC | Nationally Certified Counselor Hi Kelly, The purpose of the Official Languages Act last revised ...

How can I get na internship at Google, Apple, or Amazon?

I am interested in learning languages and could take a coding class if necessary. I want to know if the above companies can use someone who is interested in languages and if they have internship opportunities. I can speak Turkish and am working on learning sign language. #computer-science...

#linguistics #google-analytics #apple #language #working-for-apple

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:56

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Posted by Sarah M.
Daniel Moy | Google Software Engineer Depends on what we're talking here, on a couple dimensions: If ...

Just how helpful is a second language really?

Everyone knows about being a translator but this is overrated,plain and old news. What kind of interesting and worth while things are there. #business #art #fashion #photography #entertainment #linguistics #martial-arts...

#landscape-architecture

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:41

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Posted by Terrance J.
Lance Nathan | Senior Linguistics Developer at Luminoso There are, as people have said, lots of practical effects. (And ...

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