In a 2014 report by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, 73.4% of employers stated that they value strong English writing skills in their employees. You’re sure to impress your boss by brushing up on your writing prowess by learning English.
These three tips will help you in that endeavour.
Spellcheck is useful, but it will only get you so far. It will commonly miss significant writing problems like poor punctuation, inconsistent tenses and repeated words. Rather than blindly trust your computer, read over your work to see if it flows and makes sense. If possible, do so aloud, as this will force you to examine every single word.
Words are the intermediary between your thoughts and your audience; be sure to choose the right ones. Avoid using vague words like ‘things’ or ill-defined jargon like ‘synergy.’ Instead, focus on communicating exactly what you’re really thinking about. Your reader should be completely confident that they have understood what you wanted to say.
One of the most crucial English writing skills is conciseness. Know exactly what you want to say before you start writing at all, and use as few words as possible to get that meaning across; your boss is interested in your ideas or data, not your prose. The longer and more convoluted your writing, the greater the chance that the important information it contains will get lost within it. Don’t leave out key information, but be judicious about what qualifies as such.
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