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Title   The new brain drain from Zimbabwe
Author Tevera, Daniel S., and Jonathan Crush; Southern African Migration Project
Edition PDF
Published Cape Town: SAMP
Year 2003-07-01
Pages 37
Serial SAMP Migration Policy series; No.29
Abstract Why are so many Zimbabweans thinking seriously about leaving? This survey sought to obtain the opinions of skilled Zimbabweans themselves, to statistically measure levels and forms of dissatisfaction and disillusionment and relate these to high emigration potential. The survey discovered extremely high levels of dissatisfaction with the cost of living, taxation, availability of goods, and salaries. But the dissatisfaction goes deeper than economic circumstances to include housing, medical services, education and a viable future for children.

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  • Economy
  • Labour
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