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Watching Television Can Help Non-Native Speakers Improve English Skills

Are you stuck at home during the COVID-19 pandemic? Spend your time improving your English. One fun way that technical professionals can improve their English skills—and their career prospects—as a non-native speaker is to watch television shows in English.  A growing number of organizations see English fluency as an essential skill for technical professionals. This […]

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English Proficiency is Paramount for Engineering Students, Professionals, and Organizations

Today, engineers all over the world are increasingly working within global environments. With 67 countries declaring English as their official language, it has become the most common language spoken by engineering professionals and students. It is also the most commonly spoken language within international supply chains. Many college programs expect engineering students to be proficient […]

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Why Communication is the Most Sought-After Skill in the Workplace Today

Strong communication skills are a desirable quality in the job market and sorely lacking in the United States. According to LinkedIn data, it’s the biggest unfulfilled need among American businesses today. The data shows that companies are in need of 1.4 million more people who can communicate and connect with others effectively. The next biggest […]

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6 Benefits of English for Engineering

Since the end of World War II, English has become the established language of scholarly communication. It’s recognized as the international language of science and engineering. Academic reward structures in many countries place great emphasis on publication in international journals that are mostly English-language. As technology advances globally, engineers must be able to communicate across […]

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