On The Clock Around The World: International Work Culture
Wherever they take the longest vacations is where I want to be.
Bilingual Jobs: Inside The U.S. Military’s Intensive Language Program
A U.S. Marine gives us a behind-the-scenes look at how service members are tested for and taught new languages, and how they use them in the field.
Bilingual Jobs: How Mental Health Interpreters Make Tough Talks Easier
Discussing mental health can be a challenge, but it’s even more difficult when your therapist doesn’t speak your language. That’s where mental health interpreters come in.
Bilingual Jobs: How Social Workers Provide Support Across Languages
We spoke with a social worker who uses her fluency in English and Spanish to make a difference in children’s lives.
Bilingual Jobs: How Language Can Make Nonprofit Work Even More Meaningful
The executive director of a nonprofit organization tells us how learning 7 languages has enriched her career.
Bilingual Jobs: How Video Editors Tell Stories In Any Language
An editor at a Chinese television station gives us insights into the art of storytelling in two languages.
Bilingual Jobs: How Teachers Use Language To Connect In The Classroom
Two bilingual teachers share stories and explain how they use their Spanish skills to make an impact.
Bilingual Jobs: How Nurses Use Language To Improve Care
Nurses are a source of comfort and aid for the sick and injured, but they have to be able to communicate. We spoke with a nurse to learn how she uses her foreign language skills on the job.
Bilingual Jobs: How Medical Interpreters Help Heal With Language
Can patients get the care they need if they don’t speak the same language as their doctor? This interpreter is making a difference by breaking language barriers.
Bilingual Jobs: How UN Interpreters Make Language Universal
With so many different languages at play, how does the United Nations even function? We spoke with two of the interpreters who keep everything running smoothly.