Report Shows Demand for Bilingual Workers in U.S. More than Doubled

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In "Not Lost in Translation: The Growing Importance of Foreign Language Skills in the U.S. Job Market," New American Economy shares figures from their study of online job listings for bilingual workers: See the main findings here!

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We're speaking with Evangelista—a University of Delaware student who's studied abroad in China—about how languages have shaped her travels, interactions, and future career plans. Check out her interview here!

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Conducting High-Level Korean Instruction to U.S. Military Based in South Korea – Salary: $90K-$105K – Language: Korean

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Linguist/Cultural Advisor
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Language Fact of the Day

Based on 2015 job listings, the five most in-demand languages in the U.S. job market are Spanish, Chinese, French, Korean, and Arabic.