Think about this: A decade ago in the U.S., statistically there were about 700 people looking for 100 jobs. Today, by comparison, there are only about 90 people looking for 100 jobs.
Meanwhile, in India, over 25 million people are applying for just 90,000 positions with India’s state-run railways.
Those vastly divergent scenarios, shared by Michel Janssen, chief research guru of Everest Group, a research and management consulting firm based in Dallas, Texas, paint a fascinating picture of global talent markets — and the need to effectively manage them.
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