What was the Global Cost of Talent in 2017?
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On the whole, our data shows that STEM talent expect higher earnings than their business counterparts. The largest difference between these two main fields of study can be found in Canada, where both Male & Female STEM students expect higher salaries.
“Over the past two years it has been well publicized that just about every industry is seeking to recruit more STEM talent. Even industries that were traditionally dominated by business talent like the banking and financial sectors are trying to compete with the IT sector for STEM talent. One of the reasons we are seeing STEM talent expect more remuneration is that they know their skills and knowledge are in demand”.
Jonas Barck, CMO Universum
Countries covered in Cost of Talent 2017
- Hong Kong
- United Kingdom
- United States
Universum’s annual Global Talent survey can help you better understand the career expectations of your business and STEM workforce no matter where you operate. Understanding this data should provide you with invaluable insights on how to attract, recruit and retain talent. However, more important than the raw numbers are the trends derived from them. If you can understand these broad global patterns in terms of what talent in your country or region wants, you can take advantage of opportunities that your competitors cannot and therefore build a stronger workforce.
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