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World’s Top 50 Most Competitive Countries For Retaining Talent, 2018

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.

The index is published by INSEAD, the Business School for the World, in partnership with the Adecco Group, and Tata Communications.

World’s Top 50 Most Competitive Countries For Retaining Talent, 2018

1SwitzerlandHigh income
2SingaporeHigh income
3United StatesHigh income
4NorwayHigh income
5SwedenHigh income
6FinlandHigh income
7DenmarkHigh income
8United KingdomHigh income
9NetherlandsHigh income
10LuxembourgHigh income
11AustraliaHigh income
12New ZealandHigh income
13IrelandHigh income
14IcelandHigh income
15CanadaHigh income
16BelgiumHigh income
17United Arab EmiratesHigh income
18AustriaHigh income
19GermanyHigh income
20JapanHigh income
21FranceHigh income
22EstoniaHigh income
23QatarHigh income
24IsraelHigh income
25Czech RepublicHigh income
26MaltaHigh income
27MalaysiaUpper-midle income
28SloveniaHigh income
29PortugalHigh income
30South KoreaHigh income
31SpainHigh income
32LithuaniaHigh income
33ChileHigh income
34LatviaHigh income
35Costa RicaUpper-midle income
36ItalyHigh income
37CyprusHigh income
38BahrainHigh income
39PolandHigh income
40SlovakiaHigh income
41Saudi ArabiaHigh income
42GreeceHigh income
43ChinaUpper-midle income
44UruguayHigh income
45PanamaUpper-midle income
46MauritiusUpper-midle income
47BulgariaUpper-midle income
48CroatiaHigh income
49ArgentinaUpper-midle income
50JordanUpper-midle income

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Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj
CEO and editorial director of the CEOWORLD magazine, an extensively kudized author, noted journalist, syndicated columnist, and ostensible entrepreneur. Follow him on Twitter, Facebook or connect on LinkedIn.