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What do you think will be good jobs for english learners?

My pronunciation skills are not too good and i think that is limiting me to get done some things that i want. what jobs do you reccomend me to try or what jobs are more mental thinking than interacting with someone else? do you think if i apply for such company in the customer service area and stay or try to stay in the bilingual area will they hire me?

Asked By: Johny M - 1/22/2008
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landscaping or fast food
Answered By: yuroga - 1/22/2008
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A complaints line....u will learn MANY new words
Answered By: Julia J - 1/22/2008
 
if a person can speak two languages fluently he /she will most likely be an asset. however, the key word in FLUENTLY
Answered By: just wonderin - 1/22/2008
 
Ahything that puts you in contact with the public on a regular basis. Example: Waiting tables is a simple way to interact with a lot of people, and gradually expand your conversation beyond the menu as you gain confidence with the language, engaging people on expanding, interesting topics along the way.
Answered By: robe - 1/22/2008
 
speaking 2 languages is really a plus these days, and should get you a job with lots of room to grow. Businesses still need translators. I'd be happy if the WEndy's in my town hired someone that could speak even basic English. I SAID EXTRA KETCHUP!!!! KETCHUP, KETCHUP, KETCHUP!!!!! No, NOT NAPKINS!!!!!! KETCH-UP... More
Answered By: MyWifeisSoHOT - 1/22/2008
 
How about teaching english to the aliens who are here & can't speak ANY english??? Somebody needs to.
Answered By: bobbilee - 1/22/2008
 
Travel through the united states is a good job to learn a lot of english words. Viajar en los estados unidos es un bueno trabajo para aprender muchas palabras ingles. Voyager à travers les états unis est un bon travail pour apprendre beaucoup de mots anglais.
Answered By: BossD - 1/22/2008
 
I assume you live in an English speaking country... More
Answered By: mande95747 - 1/22/2008
 
computers maybe (IT)
Answered By: Rushton - 1/22/2008
 
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