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  • Manveen

    June 10, 2022 at 2:06 PM

    The burning issue faced by under-developed countries is the upsurge in the migration of skilled workers in the search for a better lifestyle. The significant impact of this is on the young generation who remain untrained and leads to the lack of specialists in the vicinity. However, specific measures could come to the rescue like providing proper opportunities and imposing strict migration policies.

    First and foremost, it is intuitively obvious that due to this brain drain, the upcoming generation would surely not have enough chances to learn from experts. Nonetheless, people have to travel far distances in order to be benefitted from skilled professionals such as doctors. There is ample evidence about how individuals from small towns have to move to metropolitan cities for being treated by certain specialized doctors. Thus, it is plausible that this movement of skilled professionals shall be a great loss to the natives.

    However, some specific measures can help out to solve this burning issue like providing good civic amenities eventually leading to a settled life, and imposing high taxes to restrict immigration. To add, governmental organizations should work on setting laws and regulations which can support a person’s living in the local land, resulting in reduced migration. Hence, it is intro-controvertible that the described steps could solve the issue of migration to a certain extent.

    To conclude, many professionals like doctors, architects, teachers and so on, prefer to move to a richer country in order to achieve a well-settled life. This decision has many associated problems which the natives suffer. Nonetheless, government and other organizations should come together to mitigate this challenge.

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