In the post-pandemic world, the success or failure of any society would be its ability to attract the skilled global citizens, leveraging their skills to build back stronger and better. Read the Straits Times feature on the global relocation megatrend.
As borders reopen, people will continue to want to seek a better quality of life and career prospects outside their home countries. These are two key reasons that have driven the 2.4-per-cent compound annual growth rate of global relocation, from 212 million people in 2010 to 268 million in 2020. Emerging from the experience of the pandemic, health and safety are now the top considerations for those who relocate for work. Read the full Business Times article on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on global professional mobility.
Read the latest Moovaz white paper on global mobility trends.