A concern for the Estonian labor market policy is the so-called “brain drain”, i.e. emigration of workers to Nordic and other countries, and the prospects of immigration of workers from other East European countries. What is the President’s perspective on this development?
According to the report on European mobility, almost seven percent of Estonians are considering moving to some other European Union country during the next five years. Should we become panicked or depressed about this? My answer is no. On the one hand, such a “wish to depart” is inevitable, since Estonian residents are...
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