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Business languages are outpacing academic languages

Foreign language enrollment is declining at U.S. universities and colleges, but the demand for bilingual workers has more than doubled in five years. As a result, more learners are taking it upon themselves to expand their skills with individualized language tutoring.

Language learning is heating up

The State of Language Studies: 

America’s Melting Pot 

Eager to learn a new language? Fill out the form below for more information on personalized tutoring.

The State of Language Studies: America’s Melting Pot 

Foreign language enrollment is declining at U.S. universities and colleges, but the demand for bilingual workers has more than doubled in five years. As a result, more learners are taking it upon themselves to expand their skills with individualized language tutoring. 

We took a deeper dive into our data to discover what people in the U.S. are studying and why. Here’s what we found:

Language learning is heating up

Individuals across the United States are investing in learning new languages. 

There is diversity across state lines

There were 51 unique languages requested on the platform nationwide, and 80% of all states had tutoring requests in 10 or more different languages

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As the workplace grows to accommodate employees and partners from around the world, a portion of Americans are personally investing in learning a language to prepare for the shift toward a global workplace. 

Business languages (Spanish, Mandarin Chinese and Japanese) grew 4x faster than European and traditionally academic languages (Latin, French, German, and Italian) over the past year.

Tech hubs—many non-coastal—are embracing Asian languages in particular.

There is diversity across state lines

There were 51 unique languages requested on the platform nationwide, and 80% of all states had tutoring requests in 10 or more different languages

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Business languages are outpacing academic languages

Business languages (Spanish, Mandarin Chinese and Japanese) grew 4x faster than European and traditionally academic languages (Latin, French, German, and Italian) over the past year.

As the workplace grows to accommodate employees and partners from around the world, a portion of Americans are personally investing in learning a language to prepare for the shift toward a global workplace.

Tech hubs—many non-coastal—are embracing Asian languages in particular.

DOWNLOAD FULL REPORT

Individuals across the United States are investing in learning new languages. 

We took a deeper dive into our data to discover what people in the U.S. are studying and why. Here’s what we found:

Eager to learn a new language? Fill out the form below for more information on personalized tutoring.

The platform saw a 60% increase in non-English language tutoring requests in the first half of 2018 compared to the same period in 2017.

Which states are the most curious when it comes to learning a new language? Download the report for a full state-by-state comparison. 

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