U.S. Workers fall short of employers’ needs for foreign language proficiency
American companies’ demand for employees proficient in business-critical languages exceeds workers’ present levels of fluency and their future intent to learn new languages. Because new jobs in the international marketplace will increasingly require skill in Chinese, Arabic, Spanish, and Russian, employers may be unable to recruit and hire the staff they need to expand and compete worldwide.
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