Question by sailorsolar_2000: Do I need a minor in a language if I want to be an interpreter?
I’m currently a Linguistics student and plan on becoming an interpreter after graduation. I’m in my second year of Mandarin Chinese. I thought about double-majoring, but the number of units I would have is much higher than the cap they set. Should I even insignificant in Chinese now? I still plan on taking the language courses, but everything else I would take is all history. Is it really relevant to the job?

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Answer by Tommy C
I think you should choose chinese language.You see the economy of China is very very acceptable.The chinese people are the most many all over the world.If you are an interpreter with chinese language,you must have a job

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