The State Department and various intelligence agencies have numerous positions for foreign language speakers including agents, analysts, and international support staff.
In addition to teaching positions on all educational levels, foreign language speakers find work as archivists, transcribers, and librarians.
A second or third language offers a great advantage to those who wish to enter the competitive arena of medical training. Multi-lingual medical personnel are invaluable assets to medical care facilities which service every sector of the population.
The proliferation of multinational corporations and the expansion of the world economy has created banking and managerial positions that require command of a foreign language.
Outside of the traditional choices of Immigration and International law, the legal field provides employment for multilingual court reporters, clerks, translators and interpreters.
Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) such as the Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity offer endless opportunity for foreign language speakers.
Translation and Interpreting
Endless employment opportunities exist in the medical, legal, business, academic, and civic fields as a liaison between speakers of different languages.