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    Teaching, translating are probably the big two. I'm a teacher so I'll tell you about that. You could teach your foreign language in the UK in secondary or (incresaingly) primary school, or do what I did and go abroad to teach English to foreigners. Your language training will be a big help but you will probably need a top-up TEFL qualification as well.
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    It depends whether you want to be able to use your languages at work/on a daily basis. For example, most graduate schemes will accept languages graduates but you won't need to use them.
 
 
 
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