The global talent crisis continues to worsen. Across the globe, organisations fight to find employees with the necessary skills and training.
Oxford Economics and Hays Recruiting have collaborated for the third year running to produce the Hays Global Skills Index 2014. The index has proved invaluable for illuminating broad-based labour market trends while also revealing targeted insights about each country’s unique demand and supply drivers.
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