Taking French classes in Salt Lake City at Inlingua Utah is a smart decision when you are trying to increase your employment chances globally. There are many global jobs that require you to speak French because they are located in a predominately French speaking area, and you can increase your competitiveness for these jobs by proving that you have a good fluency in the language. Taking French and learning as much of it as you can is a must when you are trying to gain new employment opportunities in French speaking countries, or if you plan on traveling to a country and staying there you should definitely learn the language.
Learning French will allow you to apply for local jobs when you travel
Some people plan on traveling to a French speaking country for just a few weeks, but if you want to stay there longer by working you’ll definitely need to learn the language. Most locals will not be able to communicate with you in English so you’ll definitely need to know French when you plan on working. By having a strong foundation in French well before you travel, you’ll be able to apply for jobs when you are living there and if you get lucky to get the opportunity to work there then you won’t have to worry about trying to catch up on the language and you’ll be able to focus on your job.
There are over 1,200 French companies with subsidiaries in the United States
The U.S. is home to many subsidiaries of French companies. There are also over 1,200 French companies with U.S. subsidiaries so if you are working for any of those companies or plan on working for them and moving to France, it will be a good idea to learn the language. It can increase your chances of employment at these companies as they may ask you to move to a French speaking region at some point, or they may have several employees that speak the language. There are several telecommunications companies and other companies that are based on France and if you plan on working in any of those fields it’s a good idea to learn it.
If you plan on working as a translator it’s good to know French
French is just one of the languages that you may need to use as a translator, but it’s a great resume builder when you plan on working in the field. At the United Nations, French is the second most commonly spoken language after English, and the European Union recognizes French as one of its official languages. Although it is not one of the top 10 most spoken languages in the world, it is spoken in very influential regions of the Western world and other countries and it will go a long way at advancing your employment opportunities in several parts of the world. In general it’s a good idea to learn as many languages as you can if you are going to work as a translator and French should be top on your list. For more information about the French classes in Salt Lake City at Inlingua Utah, contact us today at 1-801-355-3775.