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NPA Announces International Split Placement Data

NPA Announces International Split Placement Data

NPA, The Worldwide Recruiting Network reports that placements completed in 2008 involved an international cross-border connection between recruiters based in different countries 11% of the time. Of the total placements completed, 8% involved a candidate move from one country to another. NPA tracks relocation and other data for all placements reported by its 425 member firms. NPA president Dave Nerz in Grand Rapids, MI noted, Employers are finding a need for talent on a global basis. Many needs are best filled by outside candidates and the best fit candidates may need to be moved to new locations and countries. These types of placements are more challenging for both candidate and employer and require the efforts of professional recruiters to locate and secure commitment for such major relocations.

NPA, www.npaworldwide.com, is a member-owned cooperative based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA. The membership is comprised of premier independent recruiters on six continents who work cooperatively to complete searches across virtually all industry and occupational sectors.
As the market for talent continues to tighten, employers are finding a need to attract and recruit the skill they demand from outside of their home markets, according to Nerz. He further reports that international and cross-border placements are gaining the attention of employers and recruiters alike. The most recent 12 months shows a full 27% of all placements are done outside of the US.

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