The new edition of the OECD Indicators of Talent Attractiveness study analyzes the conditions that are attractive to qualified migrants in all 38 OECD countries. These relate to seven dimensions: Quality of career opportunities, income and taxes, future prospects, opportunities for family members, the skills environment, and diversity and quality of life. Possible hurdles in obtaining visas are also taken into account. At the same time, the study highlights more recent developments by comparing it with the previous study from 2019.
"Germany needs skilled workers, also from abroad, to secure its prosperity. The international comparison clearly shows what Germany needs to do to better manage the skilled labor emigration that is so important for our country," says Ralph Heck, Chairman of our Executive Board.