INTERNATIONAL Special week-long feature on Brazil: What the wannabe migrants look for in a job
Thu, 21 Jun 2012
There are 199m people worldwide who are interested in working in Brazil, and compared to the global workforce this group is more interested in a good career opportunity and a challenge, finds research from Dutch recruitment and labour market communications firm Intelligence Group (IG).
IG found that 65% of would be migrants saw ‘good career opportunities’ as an important factor in a potential move to Brazil, compared to 54% of all those surveyed. In addition, 45% saw the ‘challenge of the job’ and 33% ‘responsibility’ as key factors, compared to 31% and 20% respectively elsewhere.
Every day this week, recruiter.co.uk
is looking at some of the factors affecting recruitment and talent mobility
in this emerging economy.
Other areas where the factors seen as important by the global workforce and those interested in Brazil differ are:
- Salary: this is important for 56% of respondents globally and 53% of those interested in Brazil.
- Good training or education facilities: important for 25% globally and 17% of those interested in Brazil.
- Good company reputation: 24% globally, 7% for Brazil
- Good terms of employment or benefits: 39% globally, 6% for Brazil
- International orientation of the company: 19% globally, 6% for Brazil
- Good working atmosphere: 43% globally, 50% for Brazil
Check back all this week on recruiter.co.uk
for more from the IG on Brazil.