Thursday, August 28, 2014

European Brain Drain

Here. (h/t Sofia Perez)


Anonymous said...

More like "brain circulation", non?

It would be interesting to put this in a historical context, for indeed, the movement of people looking for work and career opportunities has a long in history in Europe - from the French erudites going to Holland in the 17th century, to the Italians and Spaniards emigrating to France in the 19th century, etc., etc...For now, at least, its Germany and the UK which is benefiting from the influx of talents.

Anonymous said...

it's interesting the two professions that "move" the most therefore are likely to be the most flexible for the local job market are teaching and medicine.