English Language

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English Proficiency of Immigrants in US – 48 percent of all immigrants reported speaking English less than “very well”

While the immigrant population in the United States continued its moderate growth in 2017, and the foreign-born share of the overall U.S. population reached a near-historic high of 14 percent, other noteworthy trends were underway beneath these totals. Compared to the 1980­–2010 period, the national origins of new arrivals have shifted. Recent newcomers are more … Continue reading

Immigrants in US – Those who came more than 30 years ago were the most likely to speak only English at home Census finds

Those who came to live in the United States more than 30 years ago were the most likely to speak only English at home. The foreign born who have lived in the United States for longer periods were much more likely to speak only English at home than recent entrants to the country (Figure 7). … Continue reading

India / 47 pct of 2013 grads would be unemployable

Their English language and cognitive skills is the cause, said Aspiring Minds, a leading employability solutions company Continue reading

Australia / Skilled worker programme: English language requirements for certain positions are being raised

The temporary skilled work subclass 457 programme will be reformed in response to the changing needs of the Australian economy and domestic employment market, the Minister for Immigration and Citizenship has announced. Brendan O’Connor said that the 457 programme plays a vital role in ensuring that Australian businesses are able to source the skilled workers … Continue reading

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