30 October 2019

What Is The Best Language to Learn for Business? [Infographic]

what is the best language to learn for business

There are over 6000 languages spoken in the world today. Unless you’re an incredible polyglot, you’ll need to figure out a way to choose to learn languages that make the most sense for your situation.

For many people, the value of learning a language is tied to its usefulness in the context of business. So we’ve pulled together some research that might help give some insight into which languages might make the most sense to learn for business…

From the infographic, you might infer that language skills in German, French, Arabic, Mandarin and Cantonese are probably the most useful in business, especially for those in Britain.

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What Is The Best Language to Learn for Business?
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What Is The Best Language to Learn for Business?
Of the 6000 languages in the world, which languages are most useful to learn for business? This infographic shares some statistics that might prove insightful.
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