Staff, 2023-01-15 09:20:06,
In this article, we will take a look at 14 countries where the official language is English. If you want to skip our discussion and see the top countries, go to 5 Countries Where the Official Language is English.
Countries having English as their official language could have a strong economic advantage in the months and years to come, primarily because of two reasons. First, millions of people living in the West want to travel to, do business with, or retire in affordable yet developed countries where they could communicate easily. Second, as the global economy weakens and companies brace to cut costs, developing countries and emerging markets where there’s a high availability of English-speaking talent could be the choice of Western companies who want to outsource their jobs outside the US and Europe. Let’s analyze these two reasons with data.
The coronavirus crisis opened countless possibilities for human societies in several aspects of life. As offices closed and work-from-home policies took effect, it dawned on millions of people that they don’t have to suffer in commute to travel to a tiny cubicle to do their work. They could easily do their jobs online and save a lot of time and money. Similarly, several companies started offering their employees permanent work-from-home opportunities. This caused millions of people living in expensive cities, especially in Western countries, to turn to affordable, beautiful and interesting places in the world to work, travel…
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