If speaking Spanish is a qualification for a job, it's a qualification for a job. For example, you want jobs where a qualification is a JD. You decided to go to law school. Ta da! For jobs where Spanish is a qualification, either learn the language, or look for a different job...where is the difficulty here?
I think he's just asking if a large proportion of the jobs in a Texas will require from him a qualification (speaking Spanish) that he lacks and probably will not be able to attain. He didn't phrase it the way I would have, but it's not completely unreasonable.
That's fair - my issue was more with the OP's self-righteousness about Spanish being a qualification. More people in this country speak Spanish than have JDs - does the OP have a problem with a JD being a job qualification?
Good one There are also more rapists than doctors, lets just to with the more popular..