It reduced their general interests, and it inclined them to the countries that have done the best possible job in containing coronaviruses. The pandemic affected people's attitudes to work abroad. A new study by the Boston Consulting Group and the Network shows that the United States has lost its status in the last decade in which foreigners most want to work (and probably longer). It was second behind Canada and Australia in the rankings. The survey of almost 209,000 participants in 190 countries this year also reveals that approximately 50% of people are actually ready to move to another country for work.
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