This chapter focuses on the way that such migrants are being, or are not being, integrated into what has been referred to as global talent management (GTM). The latest estimates in 2019 were that there are around 272 million migrant workers around the world. Problems of definition and measurement bedevil the area, but it seems that migration has been increasing significantly over recent years. It has been close to the center of major political discussions in many of the developed countries in the last few years. The societies that they leave may also benefit significantly from remittances that the migrants send back home. A short-term migrant is a person who moves to a country other than that of their usual residence for a period of at least three months but less than 12 months except in cases where the movement to that country is for purposes of recreation, holiday, visits to friends or relatives, business, medical treatment, or religious pilgrimage.
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