Internationally, Switzerland has been ranked as the most competitive country in the world for retaining talent, according to the 2018 Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) report, followed by Singapore and the United States.
Denmark came in seventh globally – slightly behind its neighbors Norway (No. 4), Sweden (No. 5), and Finland (No. 6). The UK came in eighth.
European countries continue to dominate the rankings, taking fifteen of the top twenty-five spots.
Among the non-European countries that ranked highest, are Singapore in 2nd, Australia in 11th, New Zealand in 12th, Canada in 15th, the United Arab Emirates at 17th, Japan at 20th, Qatar at 23rd, and Israel at 24th.
World’s Top 50 Most Competitive Countries For Retaining Talent, 2018
|3||United States||High income|
|8||United Kingdom||High income|
|12||New Zealand||High income|
|17||United Arab Emirates||High income|
|25||Czech Republic||High income|
|30||South Korea||High income|
|35||Costa Rica||Upper-midle income|
|41||Saudi Arabia||High income|
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