Did you know? 7% of employees in global companies feel they manage the language well enough to do their jobs.
Did you know? 55% of employees in global companies used English on a daily basis.
Did you know? 61% of executives considered English skills to be a high priority, according to a Global English annual study.
Did you know? The productivity of employees using English in their daily jobs increases 20% after their first year of studies.
Did you know? Eight of every ten organizations (79%) consider language learning to be a main focus in their plans for professional development.
Did you know? 97% of companies require their workers to manage a second language English is the preferred second language.
Did you know? That companies with a strategic focus on multilingual communication are in a position to increase their exportation sales by more than 40% .
Did you know? Languages are a strategic tool for companies, even more so in a global environment like the one we live in.
Did you know? In the 2013 CINDE Job Fair, more than 60 renowned multinational and domestic companies, field convened to search for the best bilingual talent in our country to fill more than 6,700 available positions.
Did you know? The fastest-spreading language in human history is English. English is spoken by 1,750,000,000 people worldwide.
Did you know? 2 billion people, use or need English on a daily basis.
Did you know? 95% of scientific articles published worldwide are written in English.
Did you know? 80% of all Internet content is written in English.
Did you know? English is the second most-spoken language in the world.
Did you know? 31% of employers confirmed that shortage or lack of talent is the main obstacle to filling vacant positions with ideal personnel. Weaknesses lie in computer software programs and English fluency.
Cross-cultural interactions are a product of the globalization phenomenon. They have increasingly become part of the modern business environment, demanding that companies be equipped with personnel who command foreign languages, primarily English.
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