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[Homework]【整理】2010-01-11 VOA Audio News

Ghana remains attractive for migrants from West Afica countries because of its political stabilities and relative economic well being.But at the same time,a new study shows many educated Ghanaians are unable to find suitable employment at home and going abroad in search of work.The study by the international organiziton for migration finds more than 70% of Ghanaian migrants stay in West Afica.But it is said this trend is starting to change.IOM spokesman, Jean-Philippe Chauzy,tells the VOA a growing number of highly skilled young professionals are heading toward countries such as the United Kindom, the United States and Canada.IOM says the so called brain drains which has been increasing since the 1990s,is worsing labour shortages in critical sectors such as health and education.It says that Ghana does not have enough qualified teachers to train the next gerneration of nurses and doctors.Chauzy says poor working conditions and the lack of opportunities for career advancement are pushing qualified Ghanaians to seek greener pastures abroad.
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Ghana Faces Worrying Brain Drain

Ghana remains attractive for migrants from West African countries because of its political stability and relative economic well being. But at the same time, a new study shows many educated Ghanaians who are unable to find suitable employment at home are going abroad in search for work.

The study by the International Organization for Migration finds more than 70% Ghanaian migrants stay in West Africa. But, it says this trend is starting to change.

IOM spokesman, Jean-Philippe Chauzy,
tells VOA a growing number of highed skilled young professionals are heading towards the countries such as United Kingdom, the United States and Canada.

IOM says the so-called “brain drain” which has been increasing since the 1990s, is worsening labor shortage in critical sectors such as health and education. It says Ghana does not have enough qualified teachers to train the next generation of nurses and doctors.

Chauz says poor working conditions and lack of opportunities for career advancement are pushing qualified Ghanaians to seek greener pastures abroad.
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