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Hello everyone,

I wanted to know, in regards to the Hebrew language, does it have a good market and is it a useful language to know? I am not speaking within the realm of the United States only, but for any market. My main interests and studies are in Arabic however I came across a wonderful institute in Jerusalem (Polis) in which Arabic and Hebrew are taught in their programs and I found this very interesting. If Hebrew would actually be useful career-wise then I would certainly be more than happy to learn it. I wanted to take some opinions on this subject matter. Thank you for your attention.

Sincerely, Jeffrey Stewart

asked 25 Jun '17, 00:44

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Hebrew as a conference interpreting language is only ever going to be useful in Israel, provided that it's a real A or B language, and can be combined with another active language (English, French, German...)

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answered 26 Jun '17, 14:42

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