Learning a second language is probably the best career move you could make. With all industries working as a very well interconnected global network, the best business and professional opportunities are at a global scale.
Language learning can be a career enhancer for people in all trades, working at businesses of all sizes.
For instance, if you own a small business in an increasingly bilingual area, learning the language of your new potential customers can be your key to growth.
If you work at an international enterprise, most of your business operations rely on international legal and trade consultants, as well as on a professional translation service and/or interpreting solution.
But being able to communicate with your associates and colleagues in their own language can create the sort of close interpersonal bond that is crucial to partner and succeed.
As Nelson Mandela once said: “If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his own language, that goes to his heart.”
If you’re not surrounded by foreign-language speakers or working at an expanding international business, you might be asking yourself what language you should study.
There are certain languages that specialists refer to as “the languages of the future”.
The languages within this category are spoken by internationally influential cultures and by the leaders of high growth emerging markets. They’re also highly prevalent on the internet, and they ignite the public’s interest at an international scale.
The main ten “languages of the future” are:
- Hindi, and
Would you like to learn more? Check the following infographic by translation and interpreting services provider Day Translations, for a brief and concise introduction to these languages and their importance:
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