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The migration patterns of the "best and the brightest"
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Study examines migration patterns of scientists | Inside Higher Ed

Study examines migration patterns of scientists | Inside Higher Ed | High-Skilled Migration | Scoop.it

A breakdown of the source countries for scientists in various destination countries around the world.

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Payton Sidney Dinwiddie 's curator insight, September 25, 2014 5:14 PM

I like this article on migration because it shows that more developed countries such as Australia, Belgium, and Brazil have more scientists in their society.  It also shows that in some countries that a lot of scientist would move to an area after they're 18 for better jobs. Australia has  about 45% of scientist who lived elsewhere while they were 18 years old.

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Canadian Super Visa Approval Rate Reaches New Heights

Canadian Super Visa Approval Rate Reaches New Heights | High-Skilled Migration | Scoop.it

The Canadian government has introduced a new "Super Visa" application process for the parents and grandparents of eligible Canadian residents, that allows these applicants to stay for extended periods of time with their relatives in Canada. 

 

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America Is Stealing the World’s Doctors

America Is Stealing the World’s Doctors | High-Skilled Migration | Scoop.it

Who wants to practice medicine in a country where they use power tools in surgery? The dilemma of doctors in the developing world and why they are flocking to the US.

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The Expats: An Unrecognized Force in GCC Politics

The Expats: An Unrecognized Force in GCC Politics | High-Skilled Migration | Scoop.it

A concice summary of the dependence of various Arab nations on their large expatriate workforce, both high- and low-skilled.

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