My wife and I are considering relocating to San Antonio for several reasons, e.g., strong, growing economy, low cost of living, and of course, great weather. Another reason (at least in my mind) is that my wife speaks fluent Spanish (she is a native of Colombia, South America). She does not currently work now, and I feel that she could get a job in health care (her background) very easily in San Antonio because she speaks Spanish? (she also speaks English, btw). She maintains that Spanish would not be an advantage in San Antonio because the majority of the population already speaks it, and that she would be more "marketable" and in demand if we moved to a city with a small Spanish-speaking population. Any thoughts on this? Is fluency in Spanish a competitive advantage in landing a good job in SA?
Thanks very much for your responses.