ESL and Employment

UTA is a very diverse campus and we have people from all sorts of backgrounds coming to this school and some have English as a second language. Does that give a person an advantage or can  it become a disadvantage when it comes to finding  a future job and what is there first language. Communication is necessary in society and language plays an important part in it but does it come into play when you are looking for a job.

More often employers are looking at a potential hire and see what he can bring to the job and if you are bilingual you have upper hand in getting the a job you want

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