Learning a language always comes with plenty of advantages, that can be summed up in
Open up to other cultures and countries: One huge advantage of Spanish is the access it offers to a wide range of countries and cultures. Spanish has 400 million native speakers, and official status in a staggering 21 countries, spanning South, Central and North America, as well as Africa and Europe. Spanish ranks in the five top of any list of most widely spoken languages.
Employment opportunities: If you're in the United States and work in one of the helping professions including medicine and education, you'll find your opportunities expand by knowing Spanish. And wherever you live, if you're in any occupation that involves international trade, communications or tourism. Also in the recent Languages for the Future report by British Council, Spanish was highlighted as the most important language for people in the UK to learn.
Easy to learn: Spanish is considered one of the easiest languages to learn, speacilly for native English speakers. The grammar and pronunciation are different from English, but simpler and more consistent. Because English acquired almost 30% of its vocabulary from Latin, you will immediately recognize and understand many Spanish words that share the same roots. You can communicate a lot with simple grammar, so even before you’ve reached a high level of comprehension you will be able to communicate and express yourself. Nothing motivates you to keep going quite like the little victories that come through speaking and being understood.