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Why Tech Talent Needs Language Skills More Than Ever

Worldwide, technology is the fastest-growing sector of the global economy. In the face of that growth, the United States and Europe are experiencing a shortage in the talent required for…

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Sneak Peek: The Rosetta Stone K-12 User Conference

This fall educators will gather in person to learn, share, network, and enjoy some fun at our Rosetta Stone Inspire: 2018 User Conference—all in the name of K-12 language learning.…

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5 Ways to Adapt Training Programs for Your Workforce

Want to bring out the best in your employees? Promote a company-wide culture of learning. Here’s the good news: Today’s workers are committed to and enthusiastic about lifelong learning. More…

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Global Citizen Year Series: Language Learning Changed My Life

Meet Lindsay Saligman, Fellow at Global Citizen Year, and watch her video to hear highlights from her experience in Ecuador’s Amazon region. Her passion for language grew even stronger during her…

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5 Key Benchmarks for Defining Language Training Success

Calculating the ROI of soft skills training can be difficult. Fortunately, employee language learning lends itself to such measurement. While a few budgetary calculations are always possible, an even more…

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Rosetta Stone Launches Webinar Series for Corporate Learners

Want to keep up with the latest trends in corporate language training during 2018? Mark your calendar for the new Rosetta Stone monthly webinar series, Trainer’s Corner. Our presenters will…

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Global Citizen Year Series: Gap Year Abroad Sparks Love of Learning

By Kevin Pham – After going through the motions of finishing high school and applying to college, I felt as if something was missing from my formal education. I questioned…

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