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Russia Facing Biggest Brain Drain in Two Decades

Russia is confronting a biggest mind empty in a final 20 years, British journal The Times reported Friday.

Some 350,000 people left Russia in 2015, 10 times some-more than 5 years ago. Many are rarely lerned and looking for improved business opportunities abroad, a journal said.

Forty-two percent of comparison managers wish to emigrate from Russia, a check by headhunting association Agentstvo Kontakt suggested Tuesday.

Those wishing to pierce pronounced that they were encouraged by some-more auspicious conditions for building private businesses, improved prospects of anticipating investors, and a aloft peculiarity of life.

The check was conducted in May among 467 Russian high-level managers operative in internal or general companies.

Article source: http://www.themoscowtimes.com/article/571758.html

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