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Brain drain hits Hungary labour market

Thursday, November 05, 2015 - 01:27

An exodus of skilled labour from Hungary has left it struggling with a lack of skilled workforce in sectors ranging from truck drivers to doctors. David Pollard reports.

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Hungry closed its borders to migrants last month that these truck show it's very much open to calm us. The big wheels of its industry don't stand off roading quite as quickly as they might because of the problem the trucking industry itself isn't alone in suffering. Pete at day of the road record is association. Have been somehow trucked stand idle and investment to buy more trucks is inmate because companies can't get the stuff they need. Speak foreign employers are taking special measures Audi sponsors and Thai university department to train engineers. Here at bush they're trying to lieutenant with a competitive hiring campaign. But even they realize they face challenging future. How the opponent for a while bush. Hungry we have I made to get it with others and long term. Saudi and beats himself from 2018 on. The number of students officially taken code works out he said our work four was more than 70% of the Neuheisel Texaco students. That these would decrease of what that means we have to increase awareness I went activity. It's felt across most sectors from traditional new court rules through IT to accountancy and other professionals. One and two firms suffering a shortage according to a survey. One factor is the exodus of an estimated half a million people to bet to paint jobs in Western Europe. Leaving skills gaps in the jobs market some of these microbes might and B to plant to film.

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Brain drain hits Hungary labour market

Thursday, November 05, 2015 - 01:27