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Even knowing only the basics of a second language can be a boon in many jobs--for instance, greeting foreign clients in their own tongue makes a great first impression. And most language classes involve fun socializing activities and learning about foreign cultures.

Fluency takes time, but just telling an employer that you're studying a language can demonstrate self-discipline and a desire to learn new things, according to career expert Jason Seiden, the author of "Super Staying Power: What You Need to Become Valuable & Resilient at Work."

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