Abstract: In the international business sphere, English has become the lingua-franca of the business world irrespective of geographical, social, political, or religious differences. With jobs becoming more and more global, English as a global language has gained importance as a medium of communication, both at the international and intra-national levels. In the professional world, communication skills are very crucial. Being proficient in English means being able to communicate clearly and effectively. Enhanced communication skills in English can help attain better/ advanced education and consequently aid in availing better job opportunities in the future. In this paper, we explore two crucial aspects of the assimilation experience of colored Afro-Americans. It explores the determinants of their English language (speaking) fluency and the key role such skills play in their occupational success. We find that in a particular population enhanced level of fluency in English results in brighter job prospects. Advance education and better jobs help in keeping the population largely away from involvement in unlawful activities. Data has been analyzed through Multiple Regression Analysis (MRA). The proposed model is tested on the “Communities and Crime Data Set” from the UCI Machine Learning Repository: which is available at https://archive.ics.uci.edu/ml/datasets/communities+and+crime.

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2022.11354

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