A skill that virtually all people use everyday would be talking in their own

A skill that virtually all people use everyday would be talking in their own

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Unformatted text preview: A skill that virtually all people use everyday would be talking in their own language. There are very few people that can communicate in more than one language but, all people should try to master the skill of being bilingual. Learning the Spanish language is a skill most people don’t have but could benefit from mastering it. There are many benefits for knowing the language of Spanish. Many jobs now prefer to have employees that are bilingual. Why not offer financial incentives to Baltimore officers who learn Spanish? $15,000 to $20,000 raises for those officers, who, through their own efforts, become fluent in Spanish. ( Kane, G. 2006). Help people who speak little or no English conduct business at Town Hall; help them get through emergencies by enabling firefighters and paramedics to communicate with them. Town employees who become fluent will get a salary increase of $1,200 a modest price for a program motivated by practicality and good will. (McSwain, T. 2006). Employers know if they speak Spanish, it’s much easier to give employees work. By me living in Florida, I know there are a lot of people that speak Spanish. Most companies in Florida want their employees to, speak Spanish. Knowing, most of their customers speak Spanish and don’t employees to, speak Spanish....
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This note was uploaded on 07/29/2010 for the course GEN105 Gen105 taught by Professor Thereseaandersone during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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A skill that virtually all people use everyday would be talking in their own

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