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Omar Aljaff in Fort Knox, Kentucky

73 months ago

im a greencard holder,i have security access, i've been in the field for 5 years, if any civilian companies looking for an operational combat interpreter, or personal interpreter, please contact me via the mail ak47_og20020@yahoo.com

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Omar Aljaff in Fort Knox, Kentucky

73 months ago

Omar Aljaff in Fort Knox, Kentucky said: im a greencard holder,i have security access, i've been in the field for 5 years, if any civilian companies looking for an operational combat interpreter, or personal interpreter, please contact me via the mail ak47_og20020@yahoo.com

currently, im the main Arabic linguist Specialist Recruiter at the U.S Army recruiting Command, Ft.knox, KY if any offers, please submit to my email provided above

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Shawn Kurdish in Springfield, Virginia

73 months ago

Omar Aljaff in Fort Knox, Kentucky said: currently, im the main Arabic linguist Specialist Recruiter at the U.S Army recruiting Command, Ft.knox, KY if any offers, please submit to my email provided above

I am working for Immigration and custom enforcement for past 20 years, next month retiring, I speak read and write Arabic, Kurdish level one. Tell me all about it.I have valid U.S. Official passport. my e.mail is (new541900@yahoo.com)

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Omar in Fort Knox, Kentucky

73 months ago

Shawn Kurdish in Springfield, Virginia said: I am working for Immigration and custom enforcement for past 20 years, next month retiring, I speak read and write Arabic, Kurdish level one. Tell me all about it.I have valid U.S. Official passport. my e.mail is (new541900@yahoo.com)

im looking for a job here not offering...

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mohammed farazdaq al.masyabi in Apo

72 months ago

hey there
this is Moe, 23 years old, still Iraqi local interpreter working with US army here in Iraq, i applied for the SIV special immigrant visa, and i got it.
i will be in US in the begining of september in TN , Clarksville.
i have been worknig with US army as translator and culture advisor since 2003, and i have B.A Degree in Translation from Arabic into english and from english into Arabic.
please help me up to find good job with ya guys everywhere i'm ready to work...
sincerely
Moe
kazamalsaher@yahoo.com
Badge # C-3239

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Abdelgadir in Hartford, Connecticut

71 months ago

I speak Arabic , English And french

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Lakota in New York, New York

70 months ago

Abdelgadir in Hartford, Connecticut said: I speak Arabic , English And french

Hello Abelgadir,

I work for a company, aLanguageBank and we coordinate interpretation assignments in the State of Connecticut, if I could get your contact information that would be great. lakotac@alanguagebank.com

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Lamia in Waldorf, Maryland

70 months ago

To whom this may concern.
My name is Lamia . I am a US soldier, curretly working in maryland as a linguist( translator, enterpreter and a culture advisor)
I speak three languages( French, english and Arabic), I just got back from one year mission in Iraq. I contain american citizenship and top secret.
I will be out of the military on january 2009.
Any civilian or government company that needs a good skilled linguist with the above languages, please contact me here for now.
Thank you .

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Abdelgadir in Hartford, Connecticut

70 months ago

hi

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Eric in Fairfax, Virginia

70 months ago

I am Iraqi live in US now, VA/ Fairfax.
I worked with the army overseas for over 3 years as a terp & cultural advisor.
I am now looking for a job in US & am willing to be relocated.
I speak Arabic (7 dialect).
contact me at my e-mail address:
socinian@walla.com

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lamia in Rosedale, Maryland

70 months ago

Eric. try to upload your resumee at the Federal Bureau Investigation (FBI) they need linguists right now .
good luck

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ERIC in Fairfax, Virginia

70 months ago

lamia in Rosedale, Maryland said: Eric. try to upload your resumee at the Federal Bureau Investigation (FBI) they need linguists right now .
good luck

well, i tried but they didn't allow me.....because there is a part in the form asking me if I am american citizen or not.
I am not right now but i am on process.
I even don't have green card yet. only I-94 & i just got here 3 months ago.

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lamia in Rosedale, Maryland

70 months ago

It is hard to work as a translator or as an enterpreter with a company or agency without having a greencard nor a citizenchip. basicaly there is no way you can have a job without at least a green card .
so if I were you I will contact the US Military and ask if you can be algible to be a linguist soldier without a citizenship or greencard. the Military helps a lot and in your situation, you have to go through processes to get to where you need to be. and the army or any brunch do that for you. they help you get your citizenship, they help you get your secret clearance, and they help you with experience and also you get about 20.000.00 dollars bonus.
so try that out .
Try to joing the army and get what you need to be able to work latter .
because now you have no tools that will allow companies to accept you in their brunches.
So military is the only thing that you will have to do now.
Good luck .

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laila in Columbus, Ohio

70 months ago

lamia in Rosedale, Maryland said: Eric. try to upload your resumee at the Federal Bureau Investigation (FBI) they need linguists right now .
good luck

hi
I AM loking for job at immigration as intrepiter I speak arabic spanish ,frensh and english can you give me any advise please !

thanks>>>

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omar in Jordan

69 months ago

i had lost my job as an interpreter and my name is at the WLSE list and its all because of GLS what can i do???????

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Hosh in Iraq

68 months ago

sup man? can you please help me with SIV info bro? I will highly highly appreciate any help you do I guess I meet the requirements for an SIV but still look for more clues to where and how to apply....
please cont a ct me a s hoshsamo at ya hoo dot com
Good luck

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Star7 in Pasadena, Texas

67 months ago

Hello,

I dont knwo who is going to read this but I was searching for jobs in web and I saw this site so i want to include my skills if any company need a linguist or emploey with logistic skills please e-mail me at albulena511@hotmail.com

I speak adn writ ethis languages" French, German, Serbian, Russian, Albanian, Turkish, and ofcourse english I speak read and write all of them.
Please if any companie need a translator I ahve exeprince as linguist for 9 years with military.

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simon in Jericho, New York

63 months ago

my name is mohammed green card holder, im in the states one year and 8 months i speak arabic french and english i have Bachlor degree in economics from arabic-french university looking for job in company in new york erea my email is: simoais@yahoo.fr

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mazen a in chicago, Illinois

61 months ago

hello

does any one knows what J-PASS MEANS BEFORE A CI intervieow .

one of my friends apply for linguist job with some company and they did run a J-PASS FOR HIM AND HE WAS OK TO TRAVEL TO VIRGINIA AS HE TOLD ME .

IAM JUST WONDERING WHAT THAT MEAN CASE I NEVER HEARD OF IT.

THANKS

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Melo in Salt Lake City, Utah

60 months ago

TAMARA in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma said: Willing to relocate
U have spelling mistakes and you want to work as a translator, work on your English First
before you respond I would like to tell you that I hold a Masters in English and graduating with Doctorate soon and it just disturbs me to see individuals who cannot even write simple English Correctly want to be translators, for heavens sake, DAAA

Are you kidding? Here you are capitalizing things that should not even be capitalized, and not using proper punctuation. You have the nerve to point out spelling errors? Give me a break already. I know many people who speak great English, and great Arabic, sure their writing and spelling may leave a bit to be desired, but what they are saying is totally understandable. If they are applying for a job that is specific to translating documents and they write worse then a kid in elementary school then of course there is a problem. You pointing out spelling mistakes for someone who is totally understandable to me is ridiculous. I do not spell very well, and yet tested out at college level for English in the 6th grade. Get over yourself. Maybe I should go get a Masters in English. It seems they are just giving them away these days!

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Najlaa Alzaidi in Winter Garden, Florida

60 months ago

we should not make a big deal of spelling errors!!! trust me i used to work with people they were not good neither in arabic or in english and they were a US citizens and they been in the states for years!!! and guess what? they were getting 10 times more than us!!! now i'm going to say DAAAAA!!! So it's not about spelling as long as it's not our native language, but we did very good so far, i'm encourage every one to develop himself in the language and work on his spelling, but it doesn't mean that we cannot get a job if we have a spelling mistake here or there!!!! oh BTW there is a spelling check in MS Word!!! they put it for this reason... good Luck...Peace

Noja_sweet@yahoo.com

Orlando, FL

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YO YO

60 months ago

Well, I was going to write something for Tamara or whatever her name is, but it seems like "Melo in Salt Lake City, Utah" took care of here...Thanks there :):)

By the way, you are right !!! They are giving those Masters away this days heheheehhe...The sad part is that "Tamara" is getting her "Doctorate", that is sad !!!!

People like her should be living inside a cage and never to be let out :):) SPELLING for GOD's sakes!!!! That was all ur problem.. Well, let me tell u one simple thing baby girl, no matter how proficient u r on ur damn language, u will never be an expert and u will never know how to spell every single word inside the "Thesaurus" or any basic dictionary, SMARTY..... So, that little threat u mentioned earlier, is not gonna work Ms. I have a Masters degree, and yes I said "gonna, u, and all this lil short cuts heheheheheheh"

Let me tell you one last thing Ms. Smarty, all the people named above are trying to get a decent life by actually working and not living off the government assistance like some other people in the U.S. So, the last thing they want is people like u "ignorant" putting them down. By the way, at least they are willing to help and some of them did help our troops fighting for ur freedom while u r studying for ur "Doctorate". Also, for GOD's sakes, they speak another language, which makes them Multi-Lingual when u only know one single language and keep bragging about. I was able to understand every single one in here, some of them had some spelling errors, but who cares, they are blogging not writing a damn thesis ehehehhehehhehehehehhehehhe

u better watch out b4 they start cursing u out and guess what, u won't even know nor can u understand, SMARTY hehehehhehehe last a little addon ? I used “ u, ur, lil, gonna” so I could piss u even more hehehehehehehhehehehhe

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star7 in Pasadena, Texas

60 months ago

TAMARA in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma said: Willing to relocate
U have spelling mistakes and you want to work as a translator, work on your English First
before you respond I would like to tell you that I hold a Masters in English and graduating with Doctorate soon and it just disturbs me to see individuals who cannot even write simple English Correctly want to be translators, for heavens sake, DAAA

so what if you gone have doctorate you dont even know your own lang so shut your mouth and dont tell ppl what to do OK go learn your lang , we speak and write ur lang better then you so what if he/sh made mistakes writting dont judge OK ppl like u dont have a clue whatsoever ok TAMARA

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star7 in Pasadena, Texas

60 months ago

YO YO said: Well, I was going to write something for Tamara or whatever her name is, but it seems like "Melo in Salt Lake City, Utah" took care of here...Thanks there :):)

By the way, you are right !!! They are giving those Masters away this days heheheehhe...The sad part is that "Tamara" is getting her "Doctorate", that is sad !!!!

People like her should be living inside a cage and never to be let out :):) SPELLING for GOD's sakes!!!! That was all ur problem.. Well, let me tell u one simple thing baby girl, no matter how proficient u r on ur damn language, u will never be an expert and u will never know how to spell every single word inside the "Thesaurus" or any basic dictionary, SMARTY..... So, that little threat u mentioned earlier, is not gonna work Ms. I have a Masters degree, and yes I said "gonna, u, and all this lil short cuts heheheheheheh"

Let me tell you one last thing Ms. Smarty, all the people named above are trying to get a decent life by actually working and not living off the government assistance like some other people in the U.S. So, the last thing they want is people like u "ignorant" putting them down. By the way, at least they are willing to help and some of them did help our troops fighting for ur freedom while u r studying for ur "Doctorate". Also, for GOD's sakes, they speak another language, which makes them Multi-Lingual when u only know one single language and keep bragging about. I was able to understand every single one in here, some of them had some spelling errors, but who cares, they are blogging not writing a damn thesis ehehehhehehhehehehehhehehhe

yo yo THANKS SO MUCH for understanding us I did read what you wrote and I appreciate all what you said even that you dont know any of in here very good manner man like you thanks much again and ppl like her Ms tamara thing she is studing her own language English!!! Have good one and God bless you we need more ppl in this life like you

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IRAQISPARTAN in Nashville, Tennessee

60 months ago

You guys are crazy. It's a FU#C#KEN Linguist forum and the main and sole purpose is to communicate between each other in order to help satisfying each other's interest in seeking for career. Let me kick it to you right quick, it's not an argument forum and it's been designed to help people out not to do the opposite, I mean "COME THE FU*#K ON" I swear Allah everytime I come to this forum site all I find is bad comments about each other spelling and whatnot, why the heck do you have to brag about your degree, education and whatever you have to brag about. Additionally, I would assume that most of you ladies and gentlemen live in the U.S but unfortunately you still have lack of mental, spirit and relegious education, don't you realize that you live in the United States of America(USA)!. grow up and represent where you come from politely punks. For your awareness, I am 22 Yrs old and I was working as a translator for 4+ Yrs in Iraq and I do have a job at the moment working as a computer technician "not bragging but to let you know a little bit about me". However, I hope that you ladies and gentlemen change for better and I hope that each one of you gets a chunk from GLS,LOL. Also, I would like to inform you that no offense meant here it's just the fact that I am sick and tired of hearing your criticisms of each other. THANK YOU ???????? ???????

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Kevin in Irvine, California

57 months ago

Hey everyone.
I am in the process of getting a job with GLS as a linguist. I speak Farsi and I am a U.S citizen. My question is has anyone in this foruum ever worked for GLS. I was wondering how it is for an American to work in Iraq, and how bad the situation is over there. I would love to hear something back.

Thanks again

Kevin

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Najlaa Alzaidi in Orlando, Florida

57 months ago

yea i have worked for GLS, and it's not that bad in Iraq, i still have friends there and they are fine, things are up and down, so don't worry and good luck.
be safe

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ravens 0707 in Rabat, Morocco

56 months ago

Lamia in Waldorf, Maryland said: To whom this may concern.
My name is Lamia . I am a US soldier, curretly working in maryland as a linguist( translator, enterpreter and a culture advisor)
I speak three languages( French, english and Arabic), I just got back from one year mission in Iraq. I contain american citizenship and top secret.
I will be out of the military on january 2009.
Any civilian or government company that needs a good skilled linguist with the above languages, please contact me here for now.
Thank you .
hi sister
i wanna just ask u about your experience in iraq!

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HotTopic in Antioch, Tennessee

53 months ago

Hello everyone.

I would like to kindly take a moment and layout what really SIVs need to do. I am an SIV holder, Upon arriving to the U.S I became a perminant resident. it was hard for me to find a job but here is my story; well, first of all I would like to tell you a few things about me, I have 5 Yrs of linguistic experience and been working with a very high ranking commanders within the U.S Armed Forces in Iraq as an Arabic linguist translating from Arabic to English and vice versa. I've got all what it takes to get a decent job here in the U.S but unfortunately Although I got a degree in computer sciense and with the linguistic experience I have it was defficult to find a job due to the economical situation the United States is going through. However, I know most of us don't like some jobs offered to us because we're not used to that and I understand that. I have the same cocky feeling about the unsufficient jobs being offered to us but I would recommend you to get a job at least to pay your bills with your head up. Best bet to go with is go to school, polish your skills, if you already went to school you may obtain a license in the field you're interested in, get certifications because most of the jobs here are basid not only on experience but also on licenses and certification it's a compination of both and it's like "having a car with fuel in it" would really work out right?. By the time you finish your college degree or you get your license or whatever, time will fly by so fast and eventually you will become a U.S citizen and things will hopefully work out for you. Furthermore, there is a lot of Information Technology (IT) work you just have to go and get certification by going to any school for 3-6 months then you will be able to find a job with the IT field, matter of fact, I am working as a network specialist now. I know that the main focus for you right now is to either find a job as an interpreter or a role player but try to find something else Thx

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Muhammad in San Antonio, Texas

53 months ago

Kevin in Irvine, California said: Hey everyone.
I am in the process of getting a job with GLS as a linguist. I speak Farsi and I am a U.S citizen. My question is has anyone in this foruum ever worked for GLS. I was wondering how it is for an American to work in Iraq, and how bad the situation is over there. I would love to hear something back.

Thanks again

Kevin

Go for it man , GLS is pretty good and being in Iraq is not bad at all , i worked there for 5 years n I hope I can find a job with the GLS agin.

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noja_sweet@yahoo.com in Salinas, California

53 months ago

yea go for it, wish you the best of luck, i used to work for a GLS but as a local National, and i have a lot of American friend who have worked for GLS, its realy good and for now its not much going on in Iraq, pretty much safe

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noja_sweet@yahoo.com in Salinas, California

53 months ago

Hi, im Najlaa from Iraq, i live in CA right now, im working as a cultural advisor and role player with the US Army here in CA, i have 5 years experiance as a linguist with the US Army back home and i have worked with a very high ranking officers and i have a lot of appreciation letters from a lot of Generals, i have B.A degree in English language, my job here doesn't pay enough, i would appreciate it if anyone have a better idea where i can find a better job, doesn't matter if it was here or over seas

noja_sweet@yahoo.com

Najlaa

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ghazi in Bensalem, Pennsylvania

53 months ago

Lamia in Waldorf, Maryland said: To whom this may concern.
My name is Lamia . I am a US soldier, curretly working in maryland as a linguist( translator, enterpreter and a culture advisor)
I speak three languages( French, english and Arabic), I just got back from one year mission in Iraq. I contain american citizenship and top secret.
I will be out of the military on january 2009.
Any civilian or government company that needs a good skilled linguist with the above languages, please contact me here for now.
Thank you .

Hi lamia, I am also looking for linguist job,in usa , I worked in qatar befor , if u know any company ready to hire , please write : ghazikatanani@yahoo.com

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hilda ahmed in Lexington Park, Maryland

50 months ago

I have GreenCard and I really need to find a job as translator I worked in iraq for 5 years please any one have any idea how can I get a job here in state without being a citizen just let me know cuz all the job posting need american citizens only

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Hadeel in Poland, Maine

49 months ago

lamia in Rosedale, Maryland said: Eric. try to upload your resumee at the Federal Bureau Investigation (FBI) they need linguists right now .
good luck

please I'm looking for linguist job can u help

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KUB in Renton, Washington

49 months ago

People who are not US citizen don't waste your time but you may get a job in Afghanistan if you want.

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Linguist recruiter in Overland Park, Kansas

46 months ago

Hadeel in Poland, Maine said: please I'm looking for linguist job can u help

Hi Hadeel,

Are you a US citizen or Green Card holder?

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hedait in Hamburg, Germany

46 months ago

iam now working with usa millitery as a adviser and terp in pashto dari farsi tajiky and english in germany but i want to do my job in afghanstan i have german travel documents if any one can help me plz help me .i have a lot of us millitery documents and letter of recommendation @

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Waleed in Nashville, Tennessee

46 months ago

Hello Everyone,

I can say I am the best experienced linguist in all aspects of translation and I am pretty confident when I say that. However, I just wanted to pass on a great tip to you and share with each and every one of you.

First, I know that most of you ladies and gentlemen have just arrived the U.S recently and are excited about practicing the jobs you were doing before such as translation and whatnot, my sincere advice to everyone is to really look for something else more productive in the sense of expanding and increasing your skills and become more knowledgeable of other fields because there is no way to get a linguist job as long as you're a "green card holder" even difficult for U.S citizens that are licensed in the translation field to get a job sometimes.

I've made it to the U.S in March, 2009. I was looking for the same exact job you are looking for right now only for the first 2 months after arrival to the U.S; all I did was wasting my time and I literally mean it. Do you realize how many people are looking for the same job? well take a wild guess..thinking still? they're numerous and being here on this forum and surfing the internet is not going to take anywhere but add more weight to you and make you sluggish "trust me". As sad as it sounds but that would be the reality.

Finally, please don't get me wrong but I am just trying to help you all. If I were you, I'd rather go ahead and go to school, get your degree or supplement your degree, get certified in other fields & ultimately have other skills "options" in life that you can off of to easily get a job. Bless you all.

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omar aljaff in Vine Grove, Kentucky

46 months ago

Linguist recruiter in Overland Park, Kansas said: Hi Hadeel,

Are you a US citizen or Green Card holder?

greencard holder .. would that work??

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horseloverinfl in Apopka, Florida

46 months ago

Waleed in Nashville, Tennessee said: Hello Everyone,

I can say I am the best experienced linguist in all aspects of translation and I am pretty confident when I say that. However, I just wanted to pass on a great tip to you and share with each and every one of you.

First, I know that most of you ladies and gentlemen have just arrived the U.S recently and are excited about practicing the jobs you were doing before such as translation and whatnot, my sincere advice to everyone is to really look for something else more productive in the sense of expanding and increasing your skills and become more knowledgeable of other fields because there is no way to get a linguist job as long as you're a "green card holder" even difficult for U.S citizens that are licensed in the translation field to get a job sometimes.

I've made it to the U.S in March, 2009. I was looking for the same exact job you are looking for right now only for the first 2 months after arrival to the U.S; all I did was wasting my time and I literally mean it. Do you realize how many people are looking for the same job? well take a wild guess..thinking still? they're numerous and being here on this forum and surfing the internet is not going to take anywhere but add more weight to you and make you sluggish "trust me". As sad as it sounds but that would be the reality.

Finally, please don't get me wrong but I am just trying to help you all. If I were you, I'd rather go ahead and go to school, get your degree or supplement your degree, get certified in other fields & ultimately have other skills "options" in life that you can off of to easily get a job. Bless you all.

So true Waleed, everything you said is true. It has been hard for U.S. citizens with extensive experience in the field to get a job. If you do not arrange for a job before you come back to the US, it gets harder by the day since many many many people want the same job. Good luck everyone!

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eagle123 in Universal City, Texas

44 months ago

Try Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, TX....They have some Arabic speaking foreign nationals who work at Lackland Air Force Base who seem to have good jobs. You can find a lot of these Arabic Speaking Linguists during the week partying with their families at Randolph Air Force Recreation Area at Canyon Lake, TX during the week when MOST people are working. So if you are looking for a good job and time during the weekdays to play and spend time with your family, apply at Lackland Air Force Base.

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hasan in Apo

40 months ago

Najlaa Alzaidi in Winter Garden, Florida said: we should not make a big deal of spelling errors!!! trust me i used to work with people they were not good neither in arabic or in english and they were a US citizens and they been in the states for years!!! and guess what? they were getting 10 times more than us!!! now i'm going to say DAAAAA!!! So it's not about spelling as long as it's not our native language, but we did very good so far, i'm encourage every one to develop himself in the language and work on his spelling, but it doesn't mean that we cannot get a job if we have a spelling mistake here or there!!!! oh BTW there is a spelling check in MS Word!!! they put it for this reason... good Luck...Peace

Noja_sweet@yahoo.com

Orlando, FL

What is your background Najlaa?

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