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Romanian workers leave for Britain

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An increasing number of youngsters and active persons chose to leave Romania and work abroad, a study published on Wednesday by the Citizens' Counseling Centers in Romania (ANBCC) indicates. 

The general trend is formed by young working educated people with household income above the national average. The main growth in emigration was noted for people who leave on a firm contract, independently authorized professionals or liberal profession self-employed. The United Kingdom is the favorite destination of employees with high education.

Including all education classed, 23.2% of the emigrants chose Italy, 20.2% prefer Spain and 18.7% leave for the UK, the figure out passing for the first time the rate for Germany. Italy and Spain are preferred by less educated people with lower income, aged 23-40. UK is an attraction for people between 20 and 30 years old. (hotnews.ru)

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