“Global Talent Competitiveness Index(GTCI)” is an annual benchmarking report that measures countries’ ability to compete for talent, released by INSEAD, The Business School for the World, The Adecco Group and the Human Capital Leadership Institute of Singapore. It is a research based on the following six points; Enable, Attract, Grow, Retain, Labour and Vocational skills, and Global knowledge skills. Switzerland and Singapore occupy the top spots in GTCI 2017, with four Nordic countries in the top 10 (Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway) in 118 countries. Japan ranked 22nd place, the category “Equality of men and women” was evaluated low, especially the “Business chance for women” was 90th place in the world. In addition to country rankings, the 2017 GTCI launched a new section focused on cities. Copenhagen placed first, followed by Zurich and Helsinki.