With the increasing diversity of Indian workforce and an ever-expanding global economy, the demand for candidates with foreign language proficiency is as strong as ever. Undoubtedly, being multilingual increases employability. In fact, we all know this fact and we do take a serious count on the number of languages we know while preparing our resume to apply for a job. For most of us, this resume or CV preparation exercise happens during our college days. We would start with writing our objectives - mostly copied from the sample or a friend's resume. Then, we would move on to write our skill sets, education qualification and towards the end, we would have another regular column to fill - language proficiency. As Indians, we all will have a minimum of two languages to mention - a...
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