Job Hunting Tips
How Should I Indicate Language Proficiency on my Resume?
Language is such a complex thing to explain simply. There are several aspects of most languages (reading, writing, speaking, listening), and being good at one aspect doesn't mean you'll be good at the rest. Words like "fluent" apply to the speaking part only, and say nothing about reading/writing. For Chinese/Japanese, for instance, writing gets even more complicated as you may be able to type the language, but not write it by hand.
Furthermore, explaining the 'level' of language is almost impossible.
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Why do relatively few women work in science, technology, engineering and mathematics? University of Washington lecturer Stuart Reges —in a provocative essay, “Why Women Don’t Code”—suggests that women’s verbal and analytical skills lead to career choices outside STEM. Mr. Reges’s critics say he is making women feel inferior by implying they aren’t interested in tech. I’m a female engineering professor with decades of experience as well as a background in the humanities and social sciences, so perhaps I can lend some perspective to the controversy.
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