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- If you are thinking of joining the brain drain and hopping the ditch, then these changes will directly influence the wages and conditions you get over there.
- This has caused many scientists to emigrate, and the brain drain has helped maintain relations with leading scientific institutions.
- No one was surprised when he joined the brain drain to take up a research fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota with Dr Earl Wood, a leading heart physiologist.
- Of course, he is still on African soil, which is a better situation than his joining the brain drain.
- He was trying to set up his own institute, and threatening to join the brain drain to America if he didn't get the money.
- The situation is hardly helped by the brain drain, in which Northern towns suffer an exodus of the most educated and skilled who are sucked away to London.
- In the meantime capital flight, the exodus of businessmen and the brain drain will be downplayed by the Government.
- But agonised platitudes spoken in Brussels need to be transformed into programmes for encouraging research if the brain drain is ever to be plugged.
- Its once generous welfare state now looks completely unaffordable and Germany is now suffering a brain drain of scientists.
- After more than a decade without a real educational budget increase, the U.K. was falling victim to the same brain drain that we face in Australia.
- The problems, the political system, the brain drain and the heavy competition from more talent rich competitors will tell the real story.
- It seems they're experiencing something of a brain drain.
- The brain drain he was talking about wasn't a new problem, of course - but its threat to the region's future is perhaps at its greatest.
- Meanwhile, the brain drain was being tackled by recognition and reward schemes for contract researchers at the early stages of their careers, she said.
- His document looks at the country's declining birth rate and the continuing brain drain and presents an apocalyptic vision of the future in Scotland.
- And then there is the question of how the NHS in Scotland is contributing to the brain drain of medical staff from Malawi and elsewhere.
- A brain drain blighted the Labour governments of the 1970s, as high earners were driven abroad by penal income-tax rates.
- The present budget would certainly prevent the brain drain.
- The brain drain to the oil-rich Arab countries and to the Western world became a flood.
- That could help pay for better wages and facilities for the brightest university staff and limit the brain drain to better funded English institutions.