Brain Drain: Pros and Cons Of International Immigration
Rethinking immigration and its complex effects on society
Most of the poor countries are facing serious problems mainly related to immigration control, known as Brain drain. The phenomenon has many critical drawbacks on the developing countries but at the same it offers a bunch of benefits. In this article we will be highlighting the pros and cons of the international immigration.
What Are the Advantages & Disadvantages of Immigration?
This situation will get worse and worse as the needs of the country and posts will be fulfilled by people who are not qualified and usually with poor qualifications. Second, if brain drain persists, the development and progress of that country will grow very slowly.
This means that the nation will never be listed as a developed one. The secret behind the advancement of the first world is its brains; highly educated people. Thus, it will be better for these talents to keep struggling within their native countries to help reach a bigger goal which is development.
It is better to stay in one’s country and be part of a progress that will change a whole nation, a reward which is priceless and as M. Ghandi said :
“ be the change you want to see in the world.”