Global Talent Competitiveness Index

scale 0-100, 2013–2017

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    2013 Ranking
    1. Switzerland 74.83
    2. Singapore 70.34
    3. Denmark 68.93
    4. Sweden 68.86
    5. Luxembourg 68.70
    6. Netherlands 68.16
    7. United Kingdom 68.13
    8. Finland 67.73
    9. United States 67.58
    10. Iceland 67.07
    11. Canada 66.27
    12. Norway 66.01
    13. Belgium 65.67
    14. Austria 65.64
    15. Australia 65.01
    16. Germany 65.00
    17. New Zealand 64.40
    18. Ireland 63.30
    19. United Arab Emirates 60.87
    20. France 60.82
    21. Japan 59.89
    22. Czech Republic 58.51
    23. Estonia 58.50
    24. Israel 56.58
    25. Slovenia 55.68
    26. Montenegro 54.98
    27. Slovakia 54.84
    28. South Korea 54.46
    29. Malta 54.10
    30. Latvia 53.93
    31. Chile 53.75
    32. Poland 53.29
    33. Cyprus 52.78
    34. Qatar 52.73
    35. Spain 52.08
    36. Italy 51.64
    37. Malaysia 51.54
    38. Portugal 51.47
    39. Lithuania 51.21
    40. Hungary 50.34
    41. Costa Rica 49.72
    42. Saudi Arabia 48.23
    43. Bulgaria 47.56
    44. Panama 47.36
    45. Croatia 45.57
    46. Kazakhstan 44.99
    47. China 44.94
    48. Lebanon 44.90
    49. Uruguay 44.75
    50. Georgia 44.64
    51. Russia 44.10
    52. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 43.89
    53. Trinidad and Tobago 43.23
    54. Argentina 43.13
    55. South Africa 43.09
    2017 Ranking
    1. Switzerland 74.55
    2. Singapore 74.09
    3. United Kingdom 69.40
    4. United States 69.34
    5. Sweden 69.14
    6. Australia 69.06
    7. Luxembourg 68.66
    8. Denmark 68.59
    9. Finland 68.56
    10. Norway 68.01
    11. Netherlands 67.80
    12. Ireland 67.58
    13. Canada 67.16
    14. New Zealand 67.15
    15. Iceland 65.79
    16. Belgium 65.24
    17. Germany 64.94
    18. Austria 63.70
    19. United Arab Emirates 62.49
    20. Estonia 61.72
    21. Qatar 61.09
    22. Japan 60.72
    23. Czech Republic 60.17
    24. France 59.93
    25. Israel 58.53
    26. Malta 57.43
    27. Slovenia 56.41
    28. Malaysia 56.22
    29. South Korea 55.89
    30. Cyprus 55.70
    31. Portugal 55.40
    32. Latvia 54.50
    33. Lithuania 54.42
    34. Chile 54.11
    35. Spain 53.90
    36. Barbados 53.53
    37. Slovakia 52.87
    38. Poland 52.32
    39. Costa Rica 52.14
    40. Italy 51.51
    41. Hungary 51.27
    42. Saudi Arabia 50.36
    43. Greece 50.21
    44. Montenegro 49.72
    45. Croatia 49.22
    46. Mauritius 49.15
    47. Bahrain 48.70
    48. Panama 47.63
    49. Bulgaria 47.56
    50. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 47.42
    51. Uruguay 47.28
    52. Philippines 46.42
    53. Kazakhstan 45.43
    54. China 45.34
    55. Romania 45.09
    56. Russia 45.03
    57. Kuwait 44.86
    58. Jordan 44.64
    59. Oman 44.51
    60. Serbia 43.38
    61. Turkey 43.16
    62. Lebanon 43.02
    63. Botswana 43.00
    64. Argentina 42.89
    65. Armenia 42.84
    66. Azerbaijan 42.76
    67. South Africa 42.75
    68. Jamaica 42.74
    69. Ukraine 42.34
    70. Georgia 42.10
    71. Colombia 41.63
    72. Mongolia 41.53
    73. Thailand 41.50
    74. Mexico 41.11
    75. Moldova 40.79
    76. Namibia 40.20
    77. Tunisia 40.09
    78. Bosnia and Herzegovina 39.81
    79. Ecuador 39.13
    80. Albania 39.12
    81. Brazil 38.99
    82. Sri Lanka 38.88
    83. Peru 38.76
    84. Dominican Republic 38.73
    85. Guatemala 38.22
    86. Vietnam 38.13
    87. Kyrgyzstan 37.94
    88. Egypt 37.33
    89. Zambia 37.05
    90. Indonesia 36.81
    91. Rwanda 36.76
    92. India 35.65
    93. Honduras 35.62
    94. Paraguay 35.19
    95. El Salvador 35.17
    96. Morocco 35.09
    97. Kenya 35.02
    98. Bhutan 34.74
    99. Nicaragua 34.29
    100. Senegal 34.07
    101. Lesotho 33.92
    102. Ghana 33.89
    103. Iran 33.54
    104. Bolivia 33.29
    105. Venezuela 32.94
    106. Uganda 31.75
    107. Algeria 31.57
    108. Cambodia 31.10
    109. Cameroon 30.68
    110. Ethiopia 29.90
    111. Pakistan 29.67
    112. Mali 29.36
    113. Bangladesh 29.12
    114. Tanzania 28.95
    115. Mozambique 28.06
    116. Burkina Faso 27.45
    117. Zimbabwe 27.45
    118. Madagascar 26.55

    Launched for the first time in 2013, the Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) is an annual benchmarking report that measures the ability of countries to compete for talent. The report, which covers 119 economies, is based on research conducted by INSEAD (led by Pr. Bruno Lanvin and Professor Paul Evans) in partnership with The Adecco Group and Tata Communications.

    Source: INSEAD, Human Capital Leadership Institute and The Adecco Group