Australia risks losing its top talent, says Morgan McKinley

Australia could be at risk of losing its top talent after a survey by global professional services recruiter Morgan McKinley revealed 70% of respondents would consider an opportunity overseas.

Mon, 23 Jun 2014Australia could be at risk of losing its top talent after a survey by global professional services recruiter Morgan McKinley revealed 70% of respondents would consider an opportunity overseas.

The survey shows that most respondents (60%) cited career progression as their main motivation for leaving a job, a long way ahead of basic salary at nearly 16%.

The survey also said respondents would prefer to stay in the Asia-Pacific region, with Singapore and Hong Kong deemed as the most popular choices.

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