Chapter 13. The World is Getting Smaller

Chapter 13. The World is Getting Smaller. Communication is a very important factor in human life. Communication has brought men, countries, societies all close to each other. Since the creation of human beings in ancient times, men have been communicating with each other in various ways. Now, we can communicate within a moment from one end of the world to the other through radio, television, satellite, telephone, internet, fax and e-mail. Communication has changed the standard of life of men bringing them to the apex of development. To lead a successful and prosperous life in the society, country, and world we will have to maintain communication with different people, countries, and societies.

All of us are acquainted with the term ‘communication’. We are making a thousand types of communication daily. For example, communication by road (land way), waterway and airway. The meaning of these is to go from one place to another or to reach any message or goods by using a car, horse, rail, boat, steamer, and airplane as a carrier. Today we will tell you about a different type of communication.  It is called informational communication.

Chapter 13. The World is Getting Smaller

Chapter 13. The World is Getting Smaller

Chapter 13. The World is Getting Smaller

Chapter 13. The World is Getting Smaller

A few decades ago, traveling overseas or communicating with people who speak a different language was not part of everyday life. Today though, countries and communities around the world are becoming more connected. Travel is more affordable and accessible, and businesses and operating on a global scale, irrespective of how large they are.

Technology and new transport options contribute to the accessibility of different locations and are helping our world become smaller. Another country can only be a few hours away on a plane, or a few time zones away via e-mail or Skype, which means that new opportunities are becoming available to make new friends, start new careers, and visit new places – especially with the help of translation.

There are many new opportunities for businesses, including small translation businesses, to work with people from different countries. Product developers are constantly looking to China for the manufacturing of their goods, and India and the Philippines offer outsourced workers for writing, website and app development, administration and customer service.

New career paths are also becoming available for individuals wishing to conduct business in foreign countries, work with minority cultures, volunteer for a foreign cause, teach English as the second language, or invest in foreign markets.

Students studying in school at the moment may be preparing themselves by learning a second language or studying international business because they can see the world is becoming smaller and more connected. Respect for and knowledge of different cultures and languages is and will continue to be a highly desirable characteristic of a potential employee.

Traveling to another country for work or recreation is also becoming easier, as airlines are offering discounted flights and tour providers are targeting backpackers and student travelers who have limited funds to spend. Getting a job overseas, even for a short time, is easier with agreements between countries to support working holiday visas, and businesses are learning they can obtain workers who are eager to find a job to finance them while they travel around.

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Chapter 13. The World is Getting Smaller

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