With an Associate in Arts in Spanish Language from Santa Fe Community College, graduates can begin to communicate with native Spanish speakers from all over the world. Employment prospects are greater since the demand for people who are proficient in Spanish has increased substantially in the last decades. This demand is especially high in Santa Fe in the areas of tourism, health care, education and government. Spanish is an official language of New Mexico and bilingual employees often receive larger salaries than their non-Spanish-speaking counterparts.
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