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Just ask: globally savvy Kiwis are keen to help

Toni Truslove
Wed, 04 Aug 2021

Just ask: globally savvy Kiwis are keen to help
Employers decry skill shortages, yet skilled returned New Zealanders can struggle to find work. (Image: Getty)
Toni Truslove
Wed, 04 Aug 2021
 The 'Productivity by the Numbers' report, published in May by the Productivity Commission, highlighted that New Zealanders are working increasingly longer hours and producing less compared with other OECD countries. New Zealand needs to ‘work smarter, not harder’ is the implication - and an injection of smart, skilled, internationally experienced Kiwi and their capital could certainly help improve these statistics.But that opportunity currently hangs in the balance as thousands of talented offshore Kiwi reassess t...

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