In our progressively globalized world, the leading academic and related nonprofit professionals have vast, worldwide options when it comes to the institutions where they want to teach, research, or provide specialized skills. These institutions and organizations—including private and public sector higher education institutions, teaching hospitals, research facilities and national laboratories—must compete for top talent to forward their educational goals, research projects and reputations for excellence.
As business between borders increases, a vital global financial network is a key underpinning of the world’s economy. As financial services organizations become increasingly multinational, their professionals need to build cross-border relationships and remain accessible to clients well beyond domestic borders.
The World Health Organization cautions that by 2035, the world will be short 12.9 million health-care workers. Institutions and facilities are competing for talent within their own countries and across borders, creating imbalances of skilled workers in different regions.