The challenge for highly skilled talent is critical not only in Sweden, but also all over the world. Therefore we have expanded our Talent Map Report from a Swedish to a European perspective. Today we are glad to announce that we have released the International Talent Map survey covering insights of satisfaction levels of Master’s and PhD students, as well as highly skilled workers and companies in Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Germany, The Netherlands, Scotland, The Basque Region and Spain.
Are you a Master’s or PhD student, or a professional working in the tech, science, or engineering fields, who comes from an international background? If so, please take our 12-minute survey and share your experiences with settling in, living, and working abroad.
Alternatively, if you are a representative of a company looking to recruit international talent, or already doing so, please complete our 10-minute survey to let us know what challenges you face in attracting, receiving, and retaining highly skilled workers from around the world, and what kind of support you believe would help the process.
As soon as we have gathered the answers of this European benchmark we will publish the International Talent Map Report with the main insights and analysis of the results.
The benchmark study is a collaboration between European Talent Mobility Forum, Future Place Leadership, Switch to Sweden via Linköping Science Park, Move to Gothenburg, Berlin Partners, Bizkaia Talent, Brainport Development, Business Finland, Copenhagen Capacity, Oslo Business Region and Scottish Enterprise, funded by Sweden’s innovation agency Vinnova.
If you have any thoughts or questions about the study, or if you would like to receive access to the end result data with key insights, please feel free to contact Anna Broeders. We welcome your feedback and would be happy to add you to our email list.