RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Five invitations for recruiting procedures per week, usually come through LinkedIn for software engineer Lucas Albuquerque, 27 years old.
Most of them are sent by European Information Technology (IT) companies, which, like the Brazilian companies, are suffering from a shortage of labor.
Given the low supply of skilled workers in the area, countries such as Germany, Sweden, and Poland have opened their doors to Brazilians, and the companies are paying for tickets and housing for the family of workers in the first months after the move.
Living with his wife in Poland for two years, Albuquerque . . .