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China Dominates Demand for Senior Executives for 2nd year running

China Dominates Demand for Senior Executives for 2nd year running

A report compiled by InterExec has revealed that China has topped the list of countries that top UK head-hunters predict will demand more senior executives in 2012, repeating the pattern from last year’s 2011 survey, where China was also top.

This year’s 2012 report also revealed that emerging markets, China, Brazil and India are all in the top 5, whilst the USA does not even make the list.

InterExec is the Confidential Agent that represents senior executives earning &pound150k - &pound1million. The report conducted by InterExec, surveyed 80 of the UK’s top senior executive head-hunters.

Top 5 markets that will be demanding more senior executives in 2012

China
Brazil
United Kingdom
Australia
India
Top 5 markets that will be demanding more senior executives in 2011

China
United Kingdom
Hong Kong
Brazil
USA
Source: InterExec

Kit Scott-Brown, managing director of InterExec, commented: “It is perhaps not surprising that the senior executive markets in emerging countries, such as China, India and Brazil, are expected to seek more senior executives than the more established markets in the USA, as the rate of growth has been phenomenal. Despite the recent economic downturn, our research also confirms that the UK senior executive market still maintains its position as one of the strongest in the world.”

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