Hello /biz. Freshman in college here. Should I continue to learn Spanish? Does Spanish help at all in business in the modern times? Will it push on my journey to stop being a poorfag? Insight into Spanish in the business world please. Also, should I learn Chinese?
Spanish couldn't hurt. If you work anywhere in Cali florida or Texas it will be useful.
Chinese takes a lot more time to learn. A friend of mine majored in mandarin and lives in china and still has some challenges with it. But for banking or business it might be the stronger choice.
Be honest with yourself though, you're too fucking lazy to learn a language. English won lad, savor the victory don't make life more difficult than it needs to be
English is the language of bushiness. Its not going to help much unless you're going into something specific.
however, most people waste enough time watching TV to learn a language. If you have the creative energy its certainly a better way to spend your time than most leisurely activities.
Non existent. I work with call centers integrating SalesForce with SQL databases, all over the world. 2 in Mexico, 1 in Columbia, 1 in Chile, and 1 in Germany. (Funny part here, I actually speak fluent German) All of the call centers communicate in full, in english... Proper english I might add. The first time I got on a conference call with the German call center I tried being cool and opened the meeting in German... They very politely asked we conduct the meeting in English as they had non German speakers present.
Tech is 99.9% English, and the tech sectors that are not (middle eastern and Chinese) you wont be working with them anyway.