Young Educated Africans Most Likely to Go Abroad
While more than a third of Africans have thought about emigrating, far fewer are actually putting concrete measures in place to do so, according to a new report by Pan-African research network Afrobarometer.
allAfrica, 26 March 2019
While more than a third of Africans have thought about emigrating, far fewer are actually putting concrete measures in place to do so, according to a new report by Pan-African… Read more »
Respondents were asked:How much, if at all, have you considered moving to another country to live?
On average across 34 countries, one in four Africans (25%) say someone in their family has lived in another country during the past three years. About one in five (21%) say they depend at least “a little bit” on remittances sent from abroad, says Afrobarometer.
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- 26 March 2019
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