English Vs. English Speaking

1596 Words May 4th, 2016 7 Pages
It is important to note that for people who did not receive an education when English was being taught in public schools, would be at an extreme disadvantage as it will be much harder for the older citizens to learn English than for the young and upcoming citizens. But for the students who have an interest in seeking employment internationally, studies have shown that English language competence undoubtedly plays a role in their ability to find employment in countries such as the United Kingdom (Negash). Negash has also found that there has been a big influx of African doctors coming to Canada because the wage gaps between the countries are so large. Many African students will want for English to be the main language that they learn when they realize that in order for them to make vastly more money, they will need to at least have a passable level of English.
Tourism is one reason that English-speaking countries tend to be more successful than non-English speaking countries. Being an English-speaking country will greatly increase the number and types of businesses that wish to open in African countries. Communication to any branch that they open in an African country will significantly simplify their interactions. It would completely eliminate an American company’s needs for a translator, therefore reducing their operation costs. Tourism would bring in many services such as restaurants, hotels, and airlines that would provide jobs to even the low skilled workers. As Negash…
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