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One of the ways we can improve our marketability when job hunting is to have additional language skills...especially Spanish, but others as well.

Check out this freebie from Kim Komando:

Learn a new language for free

"There are plenty of reasons to learn a new language, but one thing that often stops people is the cost. Language courses, software and books add up quick.

Now, however, you can access the same language courses as diplomats, soldiers and other U.S. officials for free! Just head to FSI Language Courses.

This site contains downloadable text and audio courses for dozens of languages - such as German, Chinese, Spanish and Arabic - from the government's Foreign Services Institute.
Many of these texts and recordings were made in the '60s and '70s. Reading and listening to the material is a bit of a throwback, but they still work really well. You'll be speaking like a local in no time!"

Cost: Free


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