According to the website http://www.1.nyc.gov, over 2.4 million Hispanics reside in New York City, more than in any other city in the United States.
An estimated 18.2 percent of New Yorkers can speak Spanish, according to the US Hispanic Data Gallery.
Speaking multiple languages – yes, Spanish among them – simply creates more opportunities, more influence, and potentially more profit as well says CNN.com
The billionaire New Yorker Michael Bloomberg, former Mayor of NYC, used Spanish to communicate important safety information to the Spanish speaking community in the city when the Hurricane Sandy affected New York in 2012.
If you want to learn Spanish in New York City you can take online Spanish courses via Skype, in small groups or take private lessons in person by native Spanish teachers at www.istc-transinter.com
There are different courses that you can take according to your needs. If you are a professional in the medical field, you will find specific courses for your profession. You can also find Spanish courses that will help you to communicate with the Spanish speaking people living in New York or when you travel abroad.