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Recruitipedia is a living compendium of talent markets around the world. We live in an age of universal access, but each market is still unique. Cultures, languages, channels and networks all differ from country to country and they evolve over time. We can’t claim to cram all this into one document but this is just a taster. If you’d like more in depth info, we’d be happy to talk with you.


Hajar Taha November 2022

Qatar occupies a small desert peninsula that extends northward from the larger Arabian Peninsula. In terms of income, the country has the world’s fourth-highest GDP (PPP) per capita and the sixth-highest GNI per capita…

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Greta Zakarkaite October 2022

Lithuania is a developed country, with a high income advanced economy; ranking very high in the Human Development Index. The economy of Lithuania is the largest economy among the three Baltic states…

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Emmanuel Attah March 2021

India is indeed a land of opportunities for the medium to long term. It is currently going through the growing pains of an emerging economy. But increased penetration, formalisation of the…

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Kevin Bouasy January 2020

In France, large companies (+250 employees) have the most difficulty filling roles; followed by medium (50-249 employees) small (10-49 employees) and micro companies (less than 10 employees)…

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Florin Paduraru January 2017

The IT sector is forecast to represent over 10% of GDP in 5 years compared to 5.7% in 2015. Romania is one of the world’s top outsourcing markets: large IT players have operations there and plan to expand. Romania is the 6th country in the world for the number of certified IT specialists per 1000 of the population…

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Joana Silva Ferreira October 2016

Any company that manufactures in Mexico has duty-free access to 60% of the world GDP. Mexico’s large, diversified labour pool and its proximity to the U.S., coupled with wage and transportation inflation in China, is driving the largest Mexican manufacturing expansion over the past 20 years…

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South Africa

Joana Silva Ferreira September 2016

South Africa is one of the continent’s biggest and most developed economies. The country has 3 capitals and 11 different official languages. With over 1.2 million working international migrants…

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Rod Bailey April 2016

Americans move home 11 times during their lifetime, 3x more than Europeans. It’s a habit: in Virginia in the late 17th century more than half of the inhabitants moved within a decade. Nowadays, mobility starts from college….

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Beatrice Vernata February 2016

A country with a long history of commerce, considering that it hosted the first financial centres in the world: Florence in the 14th century, Genoa and Venice, in the15th century, well before Antwerp. NY and London…

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Santa Claus December 2015

Lapland is the largest and most northerly region of Finland. Lapland is bordered in the west by Sweden, in the north by Norway, and in the east by Russia. The capital of Lapland, Rovaniemi, lies on the Arctic Circle. Lapland is home…

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United Arab Emirates

Ouafaa Allouch December 2015

The population of the UAE is around 9.2 million, of which about 1 million are Emiratis and 8 million are expatriates, including a big share of nationals from South Asia (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka)…

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Joana Ferreira October 2015

Brazil is an emerging market for many international businesses and professionals. It is the second largest economy in the Western hemisphere – the largest in Latin America. The country has one of the fastest-growing economies…

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United Kingdom

Jack Freeman June 2015

The United Kingdom is the oldest staffing market in Europe and the largest in terms of revenue. It is highly fragmented with some 15,000 firms in active operation. Many of the most recognisable global brands such as Michael Page, its early…

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Lisa Endriss March 2015

Germany is made up of 16 federal states and these states have a large measure of autonomy, rather than centralised rule. Business and employment reflect this geographical diversity…

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E. TukpetovFebruary 2015

This month, we will feature Russia. Russia emerged from a decade of post-Soviet economic and political turmoil to reassert itself as a world power. However, ongoing tensions over…

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Cong Chen October 2014

China is old news when it comes to macro-economic expansion. Tales of impending potentially catastrophic, sub 7% GDP growth figures have been circulating for a while too – although…

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