MemberAugust 9, 2022 at 1:08 PM
Nowadays, moving abroad for carer progression is becoming more common among teachers and health care workers in underdeveloped countries. This essay will discuss the causes that have been brought by this trend and also explain the solutions to change this situation.
To begin with, there are several problems faced by underdeveloped countries due to educational and health care staffs brain drain. Firstly, It has caused a lack of professionals in the health industries as result patients do not get the attention on time that is needed by experienced doctors. For example, there are always job openings for trained doctors in poor countries. Secondly, It is difficult to find qualified and fully pledged teachers because most of them move to wealthy countries to upskill them for economical benefits hence students from needier countries are deprived of the quality of education by experienced tutors. For instance, My friend’s son is attending the weekly English online classes thought by a trained Australian teacher. Therefore, less developed countries will not be able to offer their citizens good education and health care in return, which will hinder their ability to compete on a global scale and it might lead to a devastating situation in emergent nations.
However, there are a lot of measures that can be taken to control and gradually arrest these issues. Primarily government should increase the wages and provide free training for health and education sector workers in return, they can also be asked to sign a bond for certain years to remain the employment to benefit the particular industry and also service users. In addition to that, particular industries should come up with new ideas to enhance professional workers’ skills by providing paid occupational training and survey should be conducted at least once a year to fix any issue and improve their well-being. To illustrate, providing life insurance to health and educational workers and to their families to encourage more people to remain at work and also younger adults to join the workforce. so by taking the following actions poorer countries can retain the professionals and also can benefit both.
To conclude, It is clearly evident that problems due to migration includes a dearth of talents and less dedicated skilled workers in the home country, while, the suggestion to reverse this trend is to increase their salary and make the professional courses free and provide more beneficial perks to keep them in the country.