Different people have different reasons for learning foreign language. One wants to make it a career, and the other wants to use it in their career or profession. For now let us talk about the second category which I mentioned, that is, about the people who learn it for professional advantages. The majority of Hispanic population in the developed countries like US, made the business to equally concentrate on the Spanish speaking people along with the native English speakers. In particular, for the businesses in hospitality industry like hospitals, hotels, travel, etc., the requirement for bi lingual employees in more. So, to serve well and to get jobs in public sector many people are learning Spanish.
For people who possess some professional qualification and whose job demands to have the knowledge of both English and Spanish, learning industry specific Spanish is of much help. This kind of Spanish focuses more on the terms, words and phrases which are generally used in that industry or business type. So, learning such language is more useful for them who would like to become professionals in a particular field. Once they are well versed with the industry specific Spanish, slowly and steadily they can learn the rest of the language quite easily.
Few industry specific Spanish include medical Spanish, construction Spanish, restaurant Spanish, landscaping Spanish and so on. For instance, if you work in a restaurant, where you are supposed to speak Spanish, industry specific Spanish teaches you the most common terms used to show the hospitality to the customer, to serve them better. It mainly focuses on names of the dishes, kitchen items, serving tables and so on. Moreover, most common words used by the people in different designations like the hotel managers, waiters, chefs, boys will be helpful to make the learning experience much easier.