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We made this page to learn and teach the importance of spanish in animal career fields. By Angel H. and Stacia O.
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Animales en Peligro de Extincion y Tu Trabajo

Animales en Peligro de Extincion y Tu Trabajo | Animals Abroad | Scoop.it

"El país abastece a una abundancia de hábitats vitales para las tortugas marinas en peligro de extinción..." Si sabes espanol, le podria ayudar a proteger a los animales en peligro de extinción. Unos animales nesecitan vivar en cierto lugares. Unos lugares solo hablan espanol. Tu obtendria el trabajo encima un persona monolingue.

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Universidad de el Estado Colorado- Español Para Los Veterinarios

Universidad de el Estado Colorado- Español Para Los Veterinarios | Animals Abroad | Scoop.it

Español para los veterinarios es para preparar veterinarios para comunicarse con clientes que hablan Español en la profesion.

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Beneficios De Español

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Siendo bilingue dice que tu tienes conocimiento de dos idiomas. Beneficios de ser bilingue eel avance de tu profession y vida. Sigue leyendo para aprender mas de los beneficios!

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How Learning Spanish Will Help Your Career

How Learning Spanish Will Help Your Career | Animals Abroad | Scoop.it

This article gives all the positives of knowing how to speak more than one languauge, especially spanish. Even though it is more of an advertisement, it has a few good points. "Spanish is one of the world's most spoken languages and you're almost guaranteed to know some people who speak it fluently." This quote points out that one is almost certain to know a spanish-speaker at least at one point in their life.

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Students Learning Spanish for Future Work

Students Learning Spanish for Future Work | Animals Abroad | Scoop.it

The goal of this program is to provide future veterinarians with proficiency in the Spanish language. Veterinary medical students begin with a practical introduction to the language, and continue on through the series, ending with a capstone activity that will provide them with an opportunity to put their newly-acquired language skills to work in a live animal health environment.

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Learning Spanish Can Bring Better, Higher Paying Jobs

Learning Spanish Can Bring Better, Higher Paying Jobs | Animals Abroad | Scoop.it

This new phenomenon applies to more than just manning a cash register. Industries that interface with consumers (in other words, ALL industries) need people who can communicate in English and Spanish. If you've been searching for jobs lately, you may have noticed that more and more jobs require applicants to have skills in Spanish. And those jobs often pay more than the average English-only job

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Animales en Argentina

Animales en Argentina | Animals Abroad | Scoop.it

     Comprende espanol puede ayudar tu y otros personas. Si tu comprende espanol, tu puedes ensenar personas extranjeros sobre nativo animales. Puedes hablar a nativos a el pais, o personas extranjeros. "Si bien el mapa de fauna se distribuye por todo el territorio, probablemente las regiones norte y sur sean las que condensan las especies más codiciadas para el disfrute del ojo viajero." Personas extranjeros son interesante, porque que tu hablas.

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Los Beneficios De Aprender Español en la Coltura

Los Beneficios De Aprender Español en la Coltura | Animals Abroad | Scoop.it

Español es muy importante en el mundo. Es el idioma de 21 país y esta creciendo en los Estados Unidos. Es el segundo mas importante idioma. Un lugar bien para apreder Español es España o un lugar donde lla se habla Español.

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Agencia Ayudan Emigarar Animales.

Agencia Ayudan Emigarar Animales. | Animals Abroad | Scoop.it

     Animales en el U.S. necesita emigrar a el Caribe y Latina America. Personas que estan bilingue reciban el trabajo encima de monolingue. "Muchas de nuestras especies de fauna silvestre de Estados Unidos necesitan hábitats de hibernación o de procreación en América Latina y el Caribe, particularmente las tortugas marinas y otros animales migratorios". Biologo marino tienan un ventaja porque estan bilingue. Unos trabajos necesitan personas bilingues, y no personas monolingues aunque es Espanol o Ingles.

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Opportunities in Other Countries

Opportunities in Other Countries | Animals Abroad | Scoop.it

      This article shows how knowing Spanish can expand your career field. "More easily spotted are the birds—550 kinds, more than in all of Europe." This quote shows how other countries have more animal species and more exciting opportunities in other countries. Sometimes the animal you need to study is in another country. If you don't know the language, it is harder to know the animal.                                          

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Veterinarian Job Description

Veterinarian Job Description | Animals Abroad | Scoop.it

Veterinanry Medicine is a common job. It involves the care taking of animals. Animal lovers get satisfaction from this occupation, but aspects of the work can be unpleasant, physically and emotionally demanding, and sometimes dangerous.

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The European Mink

The European Mink | Animals Abroad | Scoop.it

This animal can be found in Spain. Spanish will help you to work with your coworkers, and learn more information about this animal while studying it. This animal shows how there is many more oppurtunities for bilingual people. If you only know one language, you will not have access to some animals that live in non spanish speaking countries. You can also learn more information about animals from people who only speak spanish but know a lot. You can broaden your range of educational sources. 

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