Few central banks report recruitment difficulties

Central banks from emerging market countries more likely to say they face problems finding staff

Central banks in emerging market countries told Governance Benchmarks 2023 they had more trouble recruiting staff than their counterparts serving advanced economies.

A total of 41 central banks responded to a question on whether they found they could attract sufficient staff to fill their roles. Overall, 90.2% of participating institutions said they could do so.

But there were significant differences between institutions according to whether they served jurisdictions with advanced economies

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