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At a time when controversies over migration feature so prominently in political debates, it is important […]


International Job Search Now – A Look At the Economic Factors Behind Global Job Search

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Today, migration to wealthy countries is on the rise. In fact, the Organization for Economic Cooperation […]


The UK Labour Market: End-of-Year Review and Outlook

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With only two weeks of 2016 left to go, it’s a good time to take a […]


The Impact of a “Hard Brexit” on EU Labour Mobility

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Since the UK voted to leave the European Union (EU) in June, the media spotlight has […]


Where Do International Job Seekers Look for Work?

Each year millions of people cross borders in search of new opportunities — and in today’s […]


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