THE ECONOMIST | How the pandemic reversed old migration patterns in Europe

“In 2020 Europe saw a great reverse migration, as those who had sought work abroad returned home.


Politicians in eastern Europe had long complained of a “brain drain” as their brightest left in search of higher wages in the west. Now the pandemic, a shifting economy and changing work patterns are bringing many of them back. A “brain gain” has begun.”

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Source: The Economist