Each issue of Criterion of the Month provides a more in-depth look at some of the elements relating to competitiveness.
Do Social and Environmental issues affect the talent appeal in a country?
In a period when Social and Environmental issues are of major concern globally, does satisfactorily addressing these elements make an economy more attractive to the international talent pool?
Advancing a skilled workforce is critical not only in improving talent competitiveness but also in achieving sustainable prosperity. The IMD World Talent Ranking studies three categories to assess how economies fare in developing own talent and appealing in the international talent pool: investment and development, appeal and readiness.
Our data show that the quality of life and the availability of skilled labor are associated with higher ranking in the talent competitiveness.
Is there any effect on the talent pool decisions related to a country’s ability to confront social and environmental concerns?