Monday, January 7, 2008
Where Is The Talent Going?
Here are some most gripping graphs that chart talent immigration and intellectual movement in the recent years.
I so much enjoyed this post by Richard over at Creative Classrooms, that I have to comment on it too.
Many of my friends are mobility-friendly. They are willing to relocate if the right position comes their way. The relocation could be in a differhttp://www.blogger.com/img/gl.link.gifent city in the same country or a different country all together. That kind of move does not scare them. It is, after all, about the work, and if good work is to be had in Australia, then Australia it is.
'Would you move for a job all the way to, say, Canada?' I ask a good friend?
'Absolutely!' She says. 'If I can to pursue what I'm interested it, then yes, I would go.'
1. There are an estimated 200 million global migrants world-wide, 3 percent of the world's population.
2. The USA has the largest number of immigrants, but not the largest percentage. Australia does, followed by Switzerland, Canada, Germany, then the USA, Sweden, Ireland, the UK and France.
Would you relocate for the right work opportunity?
Read full article on The Economist here.