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Nidhi Madhavan

Envoy’s 2020 Immigration Trends Report: 6 Key Findings
20
Feb

Envoy’s 2020 Immigration Trends Report: 6 Key Findings

Our latest report uncovers emerging trends in U.S. immigration, overseas assignments and more The 2020 Immigration Trends Report from Envoy Global drives home the fact that foreign talent is more important than ever as the U.S. enters the next decade of the workforce. We surveyed over 400 hiring managers and human resources professionals to learn...
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Global Talent Shortage Continues in Both U.S. and World Economies
15
Jan

Global Talent Shortage Continues in Both U.S. and World Economies

The global talent shortage is now undeniable to employers Few challenges are becoming more clear to corporate leaders than the global talent shortage. Data cited in Envoy INSIGHTS’ Global Talent Imperative shows that skills gaps and labor supply deficits are reaching unprecedented levels that require attention. A report from McKinsey found that there will be...
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Employers are Focused on Streamlining and Accelerating the Immigration Process for Sponsored Talent
30
Dec

Employers Focus on Streamlining and Accelerating the Immigration Process for Sponsored Talent

Companies say challenges with the current immigration process are slowing down projects and heightening anxieties U.S. employers are looking for ways to simplify and expedite the immigration process for their sponsored talent, Envoy’s 2019 Immigration Trends Report found. Human Resources managers and foreign nationals alike are facing heightened uncertainty in today’s immigration climate. U.S. Citizenship...
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Higher Education and the Current State of International Student Enrollment in the U.S.
16
Dec

Higher Education and the Current State of International Student Enrollment in the U.S.

Higher education remains a key driver for high-skilled migration into the U.S. The U.S. has long been regarded as one of the top destinations for foreign nationals pursuing a postgraduate degree, with nearly 1.1 million international students studying in the country in 2018. For many of these students, a U.S. education is an entry point...
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Immigration Remains Key Driver of U.S. Economic Growth and Competitiveness in Innovation Sector
02
Dec

Immigration Remains Key Driver of U.S. Economic Growth and Competitiveness in Innovation Sector

High-skilled immigrants contribute to continued U.S. success in global economy Immigration as a whole has been a hot-button issue in the U.S. as of late, but missing from the conversation is the role of high-skilled immigration in American progress. Data from The Global Talent Imperative shows that through tax contributions, entrepreneurship and innovation, immigrants are...
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