PricewaterHouse-Coopers has said that as Europe’s workforce decreases, there are existing advantages for job opportunities for the Nigerian labour market.
According to the new report entitled, “Nigerian Brain Exports: The Optimal Path to Growing the Nigerian Economy,” Nigeria already had a large Diaspora and the wealth of young talents in Nigeria was a strong asset that had given the country an edge.
The report noted that Nigeria’s target markets would primarily be Europe and North America, particularly as Europe’s old-age dependency ratio (people aged 65 or more as a percentage of the working-age population) was expected to increase from 27.8 percent to 39.5 percent by 2030.
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