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Salaries ‘not enough’ to stop brain drain

EU looks at pay to address hot-button issue, but some warn work environment more important

More than money is needed to stem the regional loss of skilled people that has risen to the top of the EU’s political agenda, researchers from central and south-western Europe have told Research Europe.

The Croatian government, which holds the rotating presidency of the Council of the EU for the first six months of 2020, has made turning ‘brain drain’ from poorer to wealthier nations into more balanced ‘brain circulation’ a central plank of its policy agenda. 

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