RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to a recent survey by the British Council, just 1% of the Brazilian population speaks English fluently. Those who speak English, but are not as advanced, make up 5% of the population.
This information is quite worrying since it is already known that the highest positions in companies are held by professionals fluent in this official language of the business world.
According to a survey conducted by the professional representation website Catho, workers who speak English fluently can earn a salary up to 61% higher than those who do not have this qualification. But it . . .