Job listings for foreign language majors
Where to search for language-related jobs
These listings are by no means exhaustive. If you think you'd like
to work for a specific company or agency, check out its independent
website. Many have their own job listings and application information
online. Being proactive is the key to finding the job you want.
General searches for language-related jobs in the United States and
Start off by conduct searches at general job search sites. Use keywords
like Languages or the name of a specific language for a general
search. Add other fields of interest to narrow your focus.
Register for free and then search by language keyword.
Database includes 1000s of language-related jobs. You can post your
resume and apply for any jobs at no cost. If you're interested in positions
outside the United States, don't forget to try the Monster Work Abroad
search module (Click to the Sitemap, then on Overseas Jobs.)
HotJobs : Search
for jobs in the United States, post your resume, and apply to as many
jobs as you like for free.
America's Job Bank: Searchable
database of jobs in the U.S. Post resumes and apply for free.
for jobs in 11 European countries. Search by region, industry, and/or
keyword (type in language name). Post resume and apply for jobs free.
searchable international database of jobs. Search by keyword (language
name) for language-relevant positions. Post resume and apply online
See also the Internship
opportunities listings. These sometimes include longer-term
Language-related jobs in specific sectors and regions
Federal Government Jobs: One-stop
source for jobs with the United States Federal Government.
State Department Jobs: Explore
U.S. government job openings in the State Department, intelligence
Intelligence Agencies Jobs: Job
opportunities in various government agencies dealing with Intelligence
Foreign Language Positions: The
CIA pays bonuses to new employees hired into language-specific positions.
Research, examination of foreign media, and the teaching of 16 different
languages are central to the CIA mission.
Agency for International Development: Jobs
opportunities in U.S.-funded international development programs.
U.N. Vacancies: Browse
the list of job openings with the United Nations.
Civil Service Commission: Links to job opportunities throughout all organizations under the
umbrella of the United Nations (Choose in the drop down menu: Links
to Job Opportunities in the UN System)
Career Intern Program: Two-year
entry-level internships in government that lead to full-time positions.
o opportunities across Europe for graduates,
many of which require proficiency in a foreign language.
Jobs: Jobs database
for bilingual professionals.
Jobs: Job search
for language professionals worldwide.
Jobs Worldwide: A
list of firms that hires translators.
London Jobs: Select
Multilingual Jobs for jobs in London that require knowledge of other
Work Abroad: Register
and then go to the Sitemap and click on Overseas Jobs.
Jobs: Searchable database
of language-related employment in locations around the world.
Jobs: Job agency
in New York City that places bilingual professionals in both temporary
and permanent assignments.
Temps: Placement agency
for temporary, contract and full time positions. Search using the
name of the relevant language.
Language Communications: A
multilingual recruitment agency that hires across industry sectors
in the UK.
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