#73 - The global war for talent | Curio

#73 - The global war for talent

24 mins | Oct 15, 2021

Today's episode from 15th October 2021. We end the working week with two stories about work. The first is a piece all about which countries will be the go-to destinations to set up a life in, in the future. According to a new book on the subject, Canada, Japan and Kazakhstan could be the winners of the global war for talent. Then later, as droves of people hand in their resignations, we discuss why quitting your job is actually a sign of progress and good for the economy. For Foreign Policy, global strategist Parag Khanna explains that talent is on the move as never before and after the Great Lockdown will come the next Great Migration. In an interesting sociological phenomenon, Americans are quitting their jobs in droves. From the Financial Times, Sarah O’Connor explores how this will impact the economy and what it could mean for the UK. Wake up with Curio is a different kind of morning show that gives you the context behind the news and gets you motivated for the day ahead, every Monday - Friday.

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