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  1. Using Languages in National Security

    Using Languages in National Security
    The largest employer for language professionals in this country is the U.S. Department of Defense—a fact that might surprise many people. In fact, national security is a fast-growing and exciting career area for those with strong foreign language skills, offering a wide variety of opportunities that stretch beyond translation and interpretation. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Central Intelligence Agency...
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  2. Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Find Me a Job

    Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Find Me a Job
    It’s no coincidence that Sanjeev Agrawal, the co-founder and chief executive of Collegefeed, compares finding a job with dating. Finding The One (or at least The One That’s Good Enough) in both jobs and love is difficult under the best of circumstances, and it’s even harder if you don’t know where or how to start your search. Collegefeed, a one-year-old...
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  3. The Do's & Dont's of Evaluating Language Competency When Hiring

    The Do's & Dont's of Evaluating Language Competency When Hiring
    Many 21st century jobs require individuals who have specific skill sets or competencies which can be proven with certifications, ratings, or official measurements. Rarely would it be enough to trust a job candidate to evaluate his or her own abilities as a computer programmer who claims to be proficient in a specific programming language. Nor would it be acceptable to...
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