Brain Drain

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A popular term for the migration of highly trained and/or skilled workers, especially physicians and scientists from underdeveloped countries to countries that offer better working conditions and/or lifestyles
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Linking students and employers, One of the most Common themes of Indiana's brain-drain fixes is strengthening ties between students and employers.
Charlie Nelms, vice president for student development and diversity at Indiana University, says IU also is putting added emphasis on such things as internships, career planning and placement as part of its brain-drain effort.
ISLAMABAD, March 14, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Doctors of Federal Government Services Hospital (FGSH) have claimed that poor monetary benefits and exploitation of medical practitioners in governmental hospitals is a major cause to brain-drain of the countrys competent doctors.