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Russian Brain Drain
24.09.2015 00:20
Russian Brain Drain

Russia has been experiencing the increasing outflow of professionals in various fields because of the economic recession, international isolation and strict regulation of the Internet, according to Bloomberg.

      Bloomberg names several professions with a “brain drain”. These are technological, financial and legal fields. As the newspaper notes, first of all, this is due to the sanctions of the US and the EU. In addition, it is alleged that the number of people leaving Russia for political reasons is growing. A year ago the Federal State Statistic Service recorded the wave of emigration from Russia which was the highest over five years: 203,659 people emigrated from Russia from January till August. 186,382 people left Russia during the entire 2013


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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