Better English, please


IN a competitive job market ravaged by the Covid-19 pandemic, getting hired is a challenge, especially for fresh graduates.English proficiency, bosses warn, can determine whether or not you land that coveted spot.

For years, the language proficiency of our graduates has been subject to public debate, with employers repeatedly stressing that it is a crucial factor in their selection of candidates.

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