Miami, Fl – As many as 15–20% of the population as a whole—have some of the symptoms of dyslexia, including slow or inaccurate reading, poor spelling, poor writing, or mixing up similar words.
An AI business writing assistant Linguix conducted a survey among 3543 users who have struggled with symptoms. According to the data analysis:
- 92.3% of respondents are worried about their career;
- 86.7% of them think that it’s the first indicator of intelligence and professionalism;
- Some of the respondents faced barriers when trying to understand the tone of voice in communications with colleagues.
No wonder, all of the respondents are concerned with grammar and feeling insecure when sending business emails.
A Linguix user says: ‘I personally find grammar to be extremely important, especially since majority of the time the tone of voice isn’t Obvious. Period when I use proper grammar helps me to deliver the proper tone with my message.’
Another Linguix user shared their story: ‘In a previous job I was posting for veterans or memorial day and I typed ‘soilder’ instead of soldier. I did not notice. My boss called me upset because he had people messaging him about the error. I was mortified.
People view Grammar as a direct indication of where you are intellectually. No one wants a representative of a company who looks uneducated. You want both your business partners and colleagues to view you as competent and literate.’
Linguix is an AI-powered software that helps more than 170,000 users, by offering intelligent tools which are designed to help you write powerfully, clearly and correctly–whether you are writing business emails, essays, text messages or crafting a CV.