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Careers in the Hindi Language

There are a number of different jobs and career pathways that an individual who is fluent in Hindi may want to consider. They could use their language skills to be a more competitive applicant.

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Career Options for Jobs that Require Hindi

For individuals who are fluent in Hindi, there are a number of jobs that they could qualify for because of their language skills. Many of these professions involve providing some sort of service to people who are unable to speak Hindi or teaching them how to speak Hindi themselves. We will look at six of these possible career paths below in greater detail and discover why they could be good options for people who can speak Hindi.

Job Title Median Salary (2016)* Job Growth (2014-2024)*
Interpreter and Translator $46,120 29%
Postsecondary Language Teacher $63,500 (foreign language and literature teachers, postsecondary 11% (foreign language and literature teachers, postsecondary)
Technical Writer $69,850 10%
Travel Agent $36,460 -12%
Anthropologist $63,190 (anthropologists and archaeologists) 4% (anthropologists and archaeologists)
Lawyer $118,160 6%

Source: *U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Career Information for Jobs that Require Hindi

Interpreter and Translator

Interpreters and translators are fluent in English and at least one other language. Interpreters participate in spoken conversations to help two parties who speak different languages understand each other by converting one language to the other. Translators work with written documents and translate them from their original language into a second one. Individuals can become interpreters and translators with a bachelor's degree and may choose to work in a specific area, like the medical or legal field, to assist patients and doctors or lawyers and clients in understanding each other.

Postsecondary Language Teacher

As a postsecondary language teacher, you will work with students at universities, colleges, and other educational institutions teaching them a foreign language. With fluency in Hindi and at least a master's degree, you could pursue a career as a postsecondary teacher. Some of your responsibilities would include developing lesson plans, setting up conversation groups, creating and giving out exams, and grading students.

Technical Writer

Technical writers are responsible for writing technical documents, like how-to manuals, instruction guides, assembly instructions, and journal articles. If you write highly scientific or industry-specific documents, you may need a bachelor's degree in a pertinent field, otherwise any bachelor's degree would allow you to become a technical writer. Because many technical documents need to be available in multiple languages, having skills in Hindi would qualify you to write these translations.

Travel Agent

Travel agents work with clients to help plan different types of trips and vacations, both domestically and abroad. Some of their duties include booking flights and hotels, coordinating activities like tours, and providing clients with information about their upcoming trip. If you are fluent in Hindi, you would have an advantage in booking trips for clients traveling to locations where Hindi is spoken, as you could communicate with local hosts and guides and plan the best trip possible. To become a travel agent, you generally only need a high school diploma.

Anthropologist

Anthropologists are experts in the study of humans, including their cultures, development, and their history around the world. Many anthropologists travel the globe to study groups of people or ancient cultures and analyze different documents and artifacts that give them insight into how these groups lived. If you are interested in studying groups that communicate in Hindi, having an understanding of the language would be helpful when conversing with local people or analyzing artifacts. To become an anthropologist, you will need a master's degree or Ph.D. in the field.

Lawyer

Lawyers work with clients and help them navigate legal proceedings, like lawsuits and trials, and assist them in understanding legal documents. Some clients may not have a good understanding of English, and a lawyer who speaks their native language, possibly Hindi, would be extremely helpful. As a lawyer, you may choose to specialize in an area like human rights or immigration, in which case having knowledge of a foreign language may be necessary. To become a lawyer, you must attend a 3-year law program after earning an undergraduate degree and then pass the bar exam in the state in which you hope to practice law.

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