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A lot of people have been telling me that if you can speak another language, it will be better and easier, (and quicker) for me to get a job. Is that really true? I'm 16, and I just do not care where I work. I would like to get my CDA for early child development, but I am not sure of what to...

#bilingual #spanish

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:03

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Posted by Mimi G.
Jared Chung | Founder at CareerVillage.org Generally speaking, I would say that being bilingual would help you ...

What are the different types of jobs an English to Spanish Translator/Interpreter can have?

I'd like to know what types of information (and words) its common for Spanish Translators to use, and which ones are the most fun environments to be in! #spanish...

#translation

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Active Jan 15 at 09:59

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Posted by Kayla B.
JENNA ZEBROWSKI | Bilingual JD/MBA with compliance and regulatory experience and ... Like everything, it depends! Some translators work with text documents, and ...

Will an AP test score (+3) push a low score on ACT when applying for college?

I'm taking an AP Spanish class and I was told if I get a three, four or a five as a score on the exam colleges will look at that more then if I get a low score on the ACT. #ap #spanish #act...

#score

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:03

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Posted by Perla G.
Holly Zzxxyzz | Professional Business Support/ IT, Networking Good day Ms. Perla, I found some information tha may help ...

How to improve spanish skills if there are few native speakers in my area?

I have been studying and learning Spanish since Kindergarten and am reaching a point that requires true interaction with native speakers to improve further. I regularly read the news in Spanish and as a result my reading skills are quite good but my speaking and listening skills are...

#personal-development #bilingual-spanish #spanish

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:47

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Posted by MacClement G.
Luis "Lou" Herrera | Principal Mechanical Engineer at Jabil Try watching Spanish channels on TV, also, most movies have a ...

What are some of the perks and downfalls of being a translator in the United States?

Hello! I am a high school senior, and I am planning on majoring in Spanish in college. My goal in life has always been to be a Spanish translator/interpreter. Unfortunately, I do not know anyone who is in this specific career; therefore, I was wondering if anyone who is familiar with this...

#languages #interpreter #translator #spanish

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:06

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Posted by Shariel R.
Stefani Grothe | Manager, Localization - Northern Europe at LinkedIn Hi Shariel, from your posting it seems like you always had ...

Would it be useful to have a minor in a foreign language?

I am in my fifth year of Spanish, and would like to peruse it as a minor. I am wondering if it would be a useful skill to continue developing to work ing the physics industry. #career #physics #language #spanish...

#personal-development

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Active Aug 31 '17 at 11:22

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Posted by Marisa K.
Parris Labeur | Dell Services, IT Analyst - Client Field Service ... Absolutely! Here are the reasons why: Marketability; I've friends/co-workers who are ...

How are STEM schools different from regular universities? Are they geared specifically towards STEM skills or are you learning other things as well?

I want to have a major in biomedical engineering but I also want to learn other things. I also want to major in Spanish. I love the language and I want to continue my study in college as well. #engineering #spanish...

#stem-education

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:46

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Posted by Kayla H.
Peter Sturtevant | Retired Civil Engineer Kayla: I am not aware of any "STEM" universities; at least ...

What would the benefits be if I minored in a foreign language (Spanish for example)? My ideal major is undecided, but I want to better my understanding of the Spanish language (I am currently in a Spanish Class). Would minoring in Spanish be the way to

In today's world it's very helpful, if not essential, to known another language. I want to better myself and be able to interact with more people by expanding my knowledge of the Spanish language and culture. I am unsure if minoring in Spanish would be the best way to help me learn the...

#majors-and-minors #college-minor #bilingual #spanish

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Active Sep 12 '17 at 08:35

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Posted by Olivia T.
Wendy Ramirez Attal | Customer Success Sr. Mgr at Dell Technologies Hola Olivia! Having Spanish is a minor is a great way ...

How does one become an interpreter?

I'm really interested in becoming an interpreter for a company or something like that, I'm just not quite sure what I have to major in to be able to become one. I'm fluent in both Spanish and English and recently I've been learning Korean and Italian. Do I have to take business classes if I...

#college #korean #interpretation #language #spanish

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Active Sep 19 '17 at 14:27

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Posted by Melissa A.
Matthew Ellis | Risk Consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers - Service Delivery Center ... Great question! Your university, or even online programs, often offer specific ...

What is a good career choice for a person with a natural ability for learning foreign languages?

In addition to excelling in English throughout high school, I also have a passion for Spanish and American Sign Language. I would love to get input from others regarding a career choice that would allow me to use this strength. #foreign-languages #language #communication #spanish...

#american-sign-language

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Active Apr 23 at 09:49

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Posted by Lianna G.
JENNA ZEBROWSKI | Bilingual JD/MBA with compliance and regulatory experience and ... A foreign language is always helpful in a career. I understand ...

How difficult is it to get a job as a Spanish teacher?

I'm asking because I am currently in college studying Spanish and I really want to one day teach people the language. I want to know how difficult it is to find a job. #jobs #spanish #ap-spanish...

#teaching

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Active Sep 18 '17 at 16:31

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Posted by Brenda H.
JENNA ZEBROWSKI | Bilingual JD/MBA with compliance and regulatory experience and ... No one knows how difficult your journey to your goal will ...

would majoring in Spanish and in History be a good path?

I really love both of these subjects, but personally I'd like to get more input with these subjects. I also want to know what type of classes I'd need to take to make this possible . #history #american-history #world-history #spanish...

#ap-spanish

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Active Sep 01 '17 at 08:11

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Posted by Sonia G.
Rachel Emery | Spanish Teacher If your primary interest is history, the previous post may be ...

How will having a double major affect me financially?

I plan on majoring in Law and Spanish in college, but it is really important to me to be in the best financial spot possible when I graduate. #pre-law #law #spanish...

#spanishmajor

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Active Apr 07 at 03:40

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Posted by Rachel C.
William Ortiz | NOC Video Hub Tech Hello Rachel.Going to school is not cheap, but it doesn't mean ...

Is it better to minor in French?

I am already fluent in Spanish, but have only taken French in high school. #french #college-minor #spanish...

#foreign-languages

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Active Mar 19 at 09:59

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Posted by Jasminne V.
Alice Bekombo | Marketing Communications Manager Hi Jasminne,In the business world, the more languages you know, the ...

Will taking a Spanish course in college really help me with my future career in psychology?

The school I want to go to requires that I take a Spanish course. #spanish #foreign-languages #psychology...

#college

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Active Apr 14 at 17:42

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Posted by Brittany S.
Linda Ann Robinson, Ph.D. | Industrial-Organizational Psychology & HR Consulting Learning a second language and becoming fluent in it will serve ...

How do I sell my General Bachelor of Arts to future employers?

I am studying both German and Spanish right now in university. I know that language abilities are helpful to a variety of jobs, but if an employer isn't hiring a job that specifically asks for language skills, how to I make myself still seem applicable? #language #foreign-languages #german...

#hiring #spanish

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Active Apr 22 at 18:47

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Posted by Loren V.
Jaron Hightower-Mills | Higher Education Administration and International Education Specialist Loren, First, congratulations on working on your language skills. Second, it ...

What can you do with a Spanish major?

I'm in high school, heading off to college soon, and wondering what jobs I would be able to get with a major in #spanish. I'd love to hear what you for a living after majoring or minoring in Spanish in college! #foreign-languages #language #languages...

#college-major

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Active Apr 16 at 09:36

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Posted by Lindsey D.
JENNA ZEBROWSKI | Bilingual JD/MBA with compliance and regulatory experience and ... Your job selection isn't necessarily limited by your major, especially if ...

What kind of career should I pursue with my different interests?

I am a junior in high school and am struggling to come up with a career path and major for college. I love interacting with, helping, and learning about people, traveling, reading/ writing, and singing. I also have a lot of interest in studying Spanish and some interest in areas like criminal...

#english #career #travel #social #interest #spanish

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Posted by Molly M.
Lyn Speakman | Compliance Program/Operations Manager at Zynga Inc. Since you have multiple interests, what about starting with your school ...

How vast is the overlap between a career as a translator and a career as an interpreter?

At the moment I am studying Spanish Translation & Interpretation in undergraduate school. I adore reading and writing, but I also value the spoken and listening aspect of language as well, and therefore feel that I would be suited professionally not just for translation, but also for...

#interpretation #spanish #translator #translator-studies #interpreter #spanish-translation #translation

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:26

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Posted by Lindsay G.
Stefani Grothe | Manager, Localization - Northern Europe at LinkedIn Translation on one hand and interpretation on the other are two ...

It is often thought that business growth and environmental growth cannot go hand in hand. However, this is not true, it is just a topic that has been little explored yet. What background would I need to pursue in college to encourage this?

I believe that industry has a whole has the power and minds to start the clean revolution. Creating products that not only don't hurt, but are beneficial to the environment is not easy, and requires a lot of different perspectives. If I want to grow up and start businesses that not only don't...

#management #finance #social #environment #spanish #busines #non-profit

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:29

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Posted by Julia A.
Drew Mena Great question and so glad to know you're concerned about these ...

Is it important to know multiple languages in your job?

This is regardless of the job. Personally I plan on being in tech but all my teachers say it's very important to know more than one language. Personally I struggle with learning languages. Will I be at a large disadvantage? #general #language #first-job #technical...

#spanish

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Active Apr 18 at 16:34

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Posted by Dylan B.
Alex Quinones | Maintenance Technician at FEAM Thanks for exploring this site for an answer to your question. ...

Should I go on and take AP Spanish in high school?

I am a student going into my junior year of high school. This upcoming fall, I will start taking a Spanish IV Honors course for the whole year. Compared to Spanish I (which I took in middle school) and Spanish II (which I took my freshman year), Spanish III has been relatively harder. There is...

#high-school-classes #foreign-languages #language #student #spanish #ap-spanish

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Active Feb 18 at 19:43

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Posted by Karen P.
Monty Clegg | Assoc. Manager of Events at ESPN Events Hi Karen - I certainly understand your concern about learning "needless" ...

As a teacher, do you have to get certified in different areas of subjects? Or do you have to major/minor in them?

I want to become a middle school biology teacher but I would also like to teach Spanish, Georgia Studies, and math #teaching #biology #mathematics #history #spanish...

#middle-school

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:44

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Posted by Maria A.
Stephanie Hamilton | Educational Consulting Hello, First, take a look at the various majors available when ...

Are foreign language degree considered "useless?"

I love foreign languages. I'm already bilingual. (I speak Spanish fluently.) It's my dream to become a polyglot. In college, I'm certain I want to either minor or major in a foreign language. I'm particularly interested in learning Japanese, but I'm also considering Arabic or Russian. The...

#foreign-languages #bachelorsdegree #careers-for-people-with-liberal-arts-degrees #japanese #spanish #russian #arabic

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Active Feb 23 at 04:08

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Posted by Yasmin A.
JENNA ZEBROWSKI | Bilingual JD/MBA with compliance and regulatory experience and ... An additional (or multiple) additional languages are always valuable. You don't ...

What are some tips for language learning?

I love to learn languages and often do so by teaching myself. I can speak English and German proficiently, followed by Spanish decently well, and basic sentences in Turkish, Italian, and Russian. What are some tips on learning foreign languages and becoming more fluent? #language #german...

#languages #language-skills #foreign-languages #spanish

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Active Mar 05 at 19:08

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Posted by Rachel D.
Rachel Emery | Spanish Teacher Great question. How did you learn the other languages you know? ...

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