The Germans beat so that countries, but they are not only the rate of other European also willing to move over larger distances. So changed almost 60 percent over distances between 160 and 1,600 kilometers, on a worldwide comparison this took only 27 percent of those polled in purchase. The United States are the most popular international destination among respondents in Germany. Moving motivation increases with the length of stay according to the study. Only three percent of German workers would order the truck for use in six months.
Worldwide, the value is more than twice as high. However, even the majority of the Germans stated to be satisfied with their current environment and just over 67 percent would be willing to pack the bags in the future. There are, however, 78 percent internationally. The main reasons for a change of scenery are better paid and better Career opportunities. For employees, there are also other factors that move them to leave home. Many are looking for adventure, want to learn new skills or improve their language skills or valuable cultural experience, especially with a move abroad. Others see again the best way, in a change of location to accelerate their career as Young Professionals, because abroad they can assume responsibility often faster and acquire more experience and skills useful in business than at home”, says manpower CEO Thomas Reitz.
“The top 10 of target countries for workers from Germany top 10 of countries of origin of foreign workers 1 United States 1 China 2. Switzerland 2. United States 3. Australia 3 India 4. Germany 4 United Kingdom 5. Spain 5 Germany 6 United Kingdom 6 Japan 7 Austria 7 Spain 8 France 8 France 9 Italy 9 Canada 10 Canada of 10 Poland editorial note the manpower study borderless workforce” surveyed 28,000 employers in 27 January Countries and regions, the considerations of the employers for the emigration of skilled workers and also the extent to which these entrepreneurs foreign workers adjust to investigate. To capture the manpower-relocating for work “was conducted in April 2008, to attitudes and insights of workers on the topic of work-related relocation” within national borders as well as abroad. The study questioned 31.574 people in 27 different labour markets, including: Australia, Bahrain, Belgium, Brazil, Costa Rica, Germany, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Finland, France, Greece, Great Britain, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Ireland, Canada, Qatar, Colombia, Kuwait, Malaysia, Mexico, the Netherlands, Nicaragua, Austria, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Sweden, of Switzerland, Spain, Taiwan, Hungary, the United Arab Emirates and the United States. The results in these markets were adjusted and combined global results we have identified.” The manpower offices in these markets have used different methods to move to participate in this voluntary and random-based study. Find the complete results of the studies, on the Internet at on Manpower: manpower is worldwide one of the leading recruitment agency for recruitment, staffing and human resources solutions. Manpower maintains a network of 4,500 offices in 80 countries around the world. This makes manpower capable of, the requirements of approximately 400,000 customers from small companies, to operate through the medium-sized companies to multinational corporations. Manpower offers its employees a fixed workplace with training and career opportunities around the world. The vision of manpower is leading in the development and provision of services to which customers and applicants in the changing world of work can be successful.