New Report: English Proficiency and China’s Place in the Global Workforce (CN)

Get our free report to understand the role English proficiency plays in China’s continuing business growth, and how Chinese corporations are developing English-proficient staff in order to be more competitive and realize new opportunities.

Over the last few decades, the English language has emerged as the China’s adopted language for doing business. The TOEIC® report ‘English Proficiency and China’s Place in the Global Workforce’ examine key information on this trend, including data from a comprehensive survey of HR professionals in Chinese multinational organizations.

Download the report now for more insights like these:

  • In terms of English proficiency, China ranks 36th among the world’s top 80 non-English speaking countries and regions
  • 92% of international Chinese companies say English proficiency is important, yet only 79% say their workforce’s English skills are adequate
  • 83% of Chinese multinationals deliver English training programs but only 18% formally assess learners after training has taken place
  • By improving the assessment of English-language proficiency, particularly after language training has been completed, corporations ensure their employees make progress.

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