By Samuel Elliott Novacich, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – A report published earlier this year by AESC (Association of Executive Search Consultants), a follow-up study performed by Daselin Executive Search, and another released last month by Boyden World Corporation, all confirm one fact, that Brazilian executives earn more per year, on average, than their international counterparts. One major reason for this phenomenon, say all three firms: top level executives in Brazil are in extremely high demand.
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