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EFFECT OF DUAL-CAREER COUPLES ON GLOBAL RELOCATION EXAMINED BY GRAEBEL RELOCATION
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(Aurora, CO USA) – This week, Graebel Relocation has released a white paper, “The Challenges of Dual-Career Couples,” that examines why dual careerism is not a cultural trend and its effect on companies’ global expansions and initiatives. 78-Percent of the millennial population is part of a dual-career couple, and the percentage of U.S. women in dual-earner marriages who out-earn their spouses has increased to almost 30-percent are among the statistics and corresponding challenges revealed. Additionally, a survey about the future of virtual offices found 82-percent of millennials are confident that the workforce within ten years would be online, virtual workers, thus reducing a physical relocation for career growth. Worldwide, dual career families are on the rise. In an already tight global talent market, dual careers may restrict mobility, especially internationally.
This Graebel white paper is the latest document in the ongoing market intelligence research reports and trend studies on a wide variety of topics that the global relocation management firm prepares to help equip companies with information that could potentially affect global relocation programs and their employees’ experiences. Materials are provided by business development and client development Graebel representatives to multinational companies of all sizes across all sectors of the global economy. To download the complimentary white paper, “The Challenges of Dual-Career Couples,” visit on GRAEBEL.com.