More than half of young people want to leave North Macedonia, a survey concludes

More than half of young people want to leave North Macedonia, a survey concludes
 
 More than half of young people are thinking about leaving North Macedonia, according to a study by the 'Detector' Institute for Political Research. According to the survey, 33% of the citizens think of moving, while 52% of young people who are less than 29 years old have stated that they will emigrate outside Macedonia.

Research shows that in less than six months, the number of citizens thinking about moving out of North Macedonia has increased by about four percent. The main reason why they want to leave the country is the need for a better standard of living. Nearly 80% of citizens say that the reason for emigration is better jobs and higher salaries. 60% of them say they have a relative who has moved abroad. Of the students who responded to the question, as many as 80% said they had a relative who had fled the country.

Most citizens, or 37% of them, say that 10 years ago it was easier to find a job. More than a third of respondents say they are willing to work any job if there is no job. Every fifth person is ready to be retrained if he cannot be employed by profession.

Computer scientists are by far the most promising profession. Behind them are doctors and politicians. However, 53% of respondents to the question of "What would you choose the private or public sector?they answered for the public.

The survey was conducted by the Institute for Political Research with 1101 respondents at 25 and 28 October.
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