TESTIMONIALS – The health crisis is reshuffling the cards of international mobility, with fewer candidates ready to attempt the adventure abroad and more executives settled abroad who are reluctant to stay there.
The expatriate status, or the situation of those who attempt the entrepreneurial adventure outside the borders of their country, often arouses many fantasies. But in the era of Covid-19, their fate appears much less enviable, and the pandemic has considerably reduced interest in international professional mobility. ” A drop which is even more significant in France », Underlined last March the study Decoding Global Talent, led by BCG and Cadremploi. While 69% of French talents were considering a career abroad in 2018, they are now only 55%.
Some professionals, who have completed all or part of their international career and were planning to do so in the years to come, are also reviewing their plans. Christèle Biganzoli, specialized in wealth management for expatriates and founder of the Ritchee platform, has been particularly in demand in recent months, “ including by those who had expatriation in the
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