January 19, 2017 8:27 pm | Jellyfish Education Consultancy
While English and Chinese mandarin tops the list,the Japanese language landed number 6 as the most potent language to be learned and used in today’s business world.
Bloomberg; a major global provider of news,data and information surveyed and scored the languages based on the number of speakers, number of countries where the language is official,nation’s population, financial power or stability,educational and literacy rates and other related measures.
“Speaking the language confers a huge advantage for anyone who wants to do business in a non-English-speaking country,” he said. “It gives you flexibility, knowledge that you need, and personal connections that can make a difference in the speed and effectiveness of your negotiations.”
Said Leigh Hafrey a senior lecturer in communications and ethics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management in one of her phone interviews with Bloomberg.
Japan is a non-English speaking country, yet It is fast growing in terms of economic and industrial business growth. Businesses that offers jobs for the skilled and academically competent are available, more so for those who are fluent in speaking Nihongo which is Japan’s native language.
It is irrefutable that Japan is one of the countries with high paying jobs with best work culture.
According to the Telegraph (www.telegraph.co.uk/education)
The Japanese language is one of the best languages for graduates to study if one aims to be globally competent in the world of business today.
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