If you are bilingual the sky is the limit for you. There are so many jobs out there for people that have the ability to speak in multiple languages. These are some of those jobs!
1. Become an airline employee
You could apply to become and Flight attendant, Gate agent, Customer service support person, etc.
2. Become an interpreter or translator
There are many medical offices, law firms, hospitals or other businesses that are in need of a language interpreter. Court interpreters are the highest paid in the interpreting field.
3. Teach abroad or online
Teaching another language doesn't require a degree in a lot of countries unlike in the United States. Most of the time, a certificate and fluency in the other language are both good enough to land you the teaching gig.
4. Work in a hospital
I personally know medical interpreters who are earning $35/hour in a hospital without a college degree. Some have taken medical interpreting courses and obtained certifications. Or simply just being bilingual could earn you a job at the front desk of a hospital quickly. Whether you are trying to get hired as a Nurse, Doctor or an Customer service worker, you will always be the preferred one over someone who can't speak another language.
5. Work on a cruise boat
Cruise boats mainly prefer bilingual staff for obvious reasons. Tourist of different backgrounds.
6. Post office worker
The post offices are constantly looking to hire bilingual people, especially at their call center as a customer service support agent.
7. Bank teller or personal banker
Many banks need bilingual people to assist with customers and they don't require a degree. You could earn decent money working for a bank as a bilingual teller or personal banker.
8. Department of motor vehicle worker
The DMV in the United States always need bilingual workers especially for Spanish or French.
These are some jobs that always need bilingual people and require no degree. Your skills are always needed. The jobs that I listed above are decent paying jobs. None of these jobs pay minimum-wage!
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