Many of our readers ask us what languages you need to know to work in Europe. Although there are many opportunities for German speakers, it is true that it is essential to know some of the main languages to work in Europe when accessing a job at this destination.
For this, in this article and infographic, we want to show you in detail which are the main languages spoken in the different countries of the European geography so that you can take into account when looking for work in any of them.
As you see in the image produced by Europe Language Jobs, the options are multiple. The infographic is based on the most demanded foreign languages to work in in the different countries of Europe.
The English language remains one of the main languages to work in Europe. Keep in mind that it is the language established as universal, being the language of business, used by multinationals, tourism, etc. However, not everything is in that language.
In addition to English, in Europe you are asked to know other languages depending on each country, for example:
- Holland: German, French, Spanish, Danish and Italian.
- Germany: German, French, Swedish, Danish, Spanish.
- Spain: Spanish, English, German, Italian, French, Chinese, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian.
- France : French, German, Italian, Chinese.
- Italy: Italian, German, French, Spanish.
- Russia: Russian, English.
- Denmark: Danish, Swedish, German.
- Portugal: Portuguese, Spanish, Danish, German, French, Dutch, Swedish.
- Ireland: English, Spanish, Swedish, German, Danish, Italian, Portuguese, Finnish, Dutch.
Now that it has become clearer what are the most demanded languages to work in Europe, the idea is that you know how to correctly indicate the level of languages in your curriculum.