He stated that 51.3% of young people living in Bosnia and Herzegovina want to leave the country.
According to a study by The Economist, Bosnia and Herzegovina is one of the countries with the highest rates of brain drain.
It is mentioned that the unemployment rate among young people covering the age group of 15-24 in the country is 38.3%, which is four times higher than that of European Union countries, and that 51.3% of young people wish to leave the country. .
It was emphasized that most young people left the country due to low wages, political instability, insecurity and poor living conditions, while it was pointed out that the new administration of BiH should focus on employment and education during its term.
Source: Balkan News
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