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2017 Global Talent Competitiveness Index: Mauritius 1st in Africa

 

The Global Talent Competitiveness Index 2017 (GTC 2017), assesses 118 countries and attempts to analyse the impact of the digital revolution on talent competitiveness.  As companies become more efficient with the advent of new technologies, workers encounter both challenges and opportunities.

 

As countries compete to grow better talents, attract the ones they need, and retain those workers who contribute towards competitiveness and efficiency, the GTC 2017 attempts to provide quantitative instruments that will help to design and implement better policies.  According to the GTC 2017, the top scoring countries have:

 

- Combined strong infrastructure & information connectivity;

 

- Invested in knowledge hubs; and

 

- Attracted international companies.

 

On the overall, Mauritius occupies the 46th position but maintains the lead over its African counterparts.

 

To access the full report, click here

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