Good News from Finland – Finland has achieved eight place in the new Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI). The index measures a nations’ competitiveness based on the quality of talent it can produce, attract and retain.
The top country based on the index ranking is Switzerland, followed by Singapore, Denmark, Sweden, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Finland, the United States and Iceland.
The index was launched on Tuesday by INSEAD in partnership with Singapore’s Human Capital Leadership Institute and Adecco. It ranks 103 countries on their ability to attract and incubate talent. The index has 50 variables and six pillars which look how well the countries enabler, attract, grow, retain the talent as well as what are the labour/vocational and global knowledge skills.
The GTCI report says that the “talent is the V8 engine of competitiveness and innovation for today’s globally connected mobile economy. Those that have mastered the development of skills inside their countries economies.”
Article originally published in www.goodnewsfinland.com