This is a somewhat pitiful development:
“Here’s one way to deal with the brutal U.S. job market: Leave the country.
With the nation’s unemployment rate at a 26-year-high of 10.2%, more Americans are hunting for, and landing, work overseas, according to staffing companies and executive search firms.
Fifty-four percent of executives said they’d be likely or highly likely to accept a foreign post, according to a survey of 114 executives Friday by talent management company Korn/Ferry. Just 37% of those surveyed in 2005 said they’d go abroad.
The hottest international job markets include India, China, Brazil, Dubai and Singapore, recruiters say. International companies are largely seeking candidates in engineering, computer technology, manufacturing, investment banking and consulting.” (emphasis added)
That is an astounding change in attitude . . .
More U.S. job hunters look for work in other countries
USA TODAY, November 16th, 2009
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