What’s the Global Cost of Talent in 2016?
The cost of talent will always be a key factor in employment considerations. Achieving optimum talent attraction requires that you provide competitive wages, but you do not want to overpay. You have to match your employer branding and wages with the salary expectations of the country, market and individual wage earner.
Universum’s latest research will help employers with their recruitment and talent acquisition efforts by uncovering the career and salary expectations of the world’s future business and engineering workforce. As the survey includes the income anticipations of talent from over 50 countries, this will be particularly interesting for companies operating in multiple markets or those who are thinking about expanding in to other territories.
What is the Cost of Talent?
Universum’s latest eBook, Cost of Talent 2016, is based on the feed from 580,397 Business and Engineering students from 57 countries that participated in Universum’s 2016 Talent Survey. In order to assess the cost of talent in each country we asked Business and Engineering students what they expect to earn in their first job after graduating university, the exact question being:
What salary do you expect to earn in your first job after graduation?