202104 Mar
U.S. No Longer the Top Work Destination According to New Global Workforce Study from Appcast and Boston Consulting Group
Type
General News
Source
Businesswire
Summary

According to the report, workers living in Ireland are most likely to want to work remotely for an American company, followed by U.K., Mexico, Nepal, Nigeria, South Africa, Uzbekistan, Philippines, Chile and Serbia. When it comes to physical relocation, workers in Nepal, Mexico, Uzbekistan, South Africa, Kazakhstan, Chile, Nigeria, Albania, Ireland and Turkey are most willing to move to the U.S. for work. Conversely, the report also examined the willingness of U.S. workers to relocate abroad, revealing that 64% of U.S. respondents with digital & analytics job titles are most willing to work outside of the U.S., followed by science & research (58%), arts & creative (57%) and consulting (55%). There is now an opportunity to use that experience to eliminate geographic barriers to talent acquisition particularly in jobs that can be done in a fully remote manner,” said Allison Bailey, BCG managing director and senior partner. Headquartered in Lebanon, N.H. with offices in Boston, Mass., New Brunswick, Canada and Minsk, Belarus, Appcast is a subsidiary of StepStone, one of the world’s largest job classified businesses, and a proud member of the Axel Springer SE family.

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