World Languages Career Information
Employment options for those with world languages skills include federal, state and local government agencies, commercial media, international industry and commerce, as well as the travel and tourist industry, social work and human services, educational institutions, and places that require the services of a translator or interpreter. Salaries vary a great deal. Advanced degrees are often the preparation required to enter and maintain a career in related fields, such as teaching, research, communications, etc. Check with the Career, Counseling, and Advising Center, Third Floor, Parks Student Union Building, for additional information on career options, employment outlooks, and educational requirements.