Arabic has been named a "critical language" by the State Department of the United States. It is official language of over 20 countries and it is an official language of the United Nations, The Arab League, the Organization of Islamic Conference, and the African Union. While most native speakers are in the Middle East there are native speakers throughout the world.
Job opportunities are abundant for any person speaking Arabic. Careers can be found in many areas: business and industry, journalism, translation and interpretation, intelligence, diplomatic service, and many others. Business opportunities in the Arab region are growing and their resources are important to the work market. Being able to speak the language and understand the Arab culture significantly enhances opportunities to negotiate and conduct business in all market sectors.
The world is a rapidly changing place and promoting understanding among various cultures is a positive pursuit. Through language one can learn to appreciate, evaluate, and gain insights into another culture.
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