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  • Mridula

    June 10, 2022 at 10:05 AM

    In contemporary era, due to highly populated countries with undeveloped infrastructures, numerous of health care professionals and tutors are relocating to developed countries for better living. As a result this is causing talent scarcity and economy loss by migration of skilled people from unprogressive countries to industrialized countries.

    The foremost reason is that lots of ambitious professionals wants to pursue their work and research in developed countries due to infrastructure provided and tools available. Work life balance is very high in those places with lots of benefits like wages, education and even healthcare side. In calculation also it’s proved that life span of the people is high in developed countries as great facilities provided. Due to shortage of skilled people, country is becoming poorer as there is no development happening and economy is getting plummet.

    However, there are various solutions for these problems by creating good institutes which can providing research and work infrastructure so that medical practioners and educators get good exposure in their fields. Government should mandate basic salary for professionals with scholarship to pursue their studies in the same country with good incentives. Moreover, authority should collaborate with developed countries for short time visit so that professionals get chance to learn and bring new skills to home country. All this will result in increase in economy and good relationships with foreign countries as brain-drain will not happen for underdeveloped. For example, Srilanka’s situation is not hidden from the world as they are struggling for even leaving due to governments’ bad decision.

    In conclusion, government has really need to work hard for keeping skilled people and retaining aspiring youth from migration to different countries by providing great employment opportunities and lucrative incentives.

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