Reversing Brain Drain
The brain drain has long been viewed as detrimental to the growth potential of the home country and the welfare of those left behind. Although a concern for rich countries, the brain drain has long been viewed as a serious constraint on the development of developing and transition countries.
According to the United Nations Global Migration Database, the number of international migrants has increased robustly over the last two decades, reaching 281 million people in 2020, up from 221 million in 2010 and 173 million in 2000.
Very often when someone who has been studying or working abroad returns to Sri Lanka, the most common question that he/she encounters is, “Why did you come back to Sri Lanka?”
As an of the key initiatives of the HR Forum, we are ready to tell you “Why you should come back to Sri Lanka?”
Come listen to people who came back share their stories and explore opportunities that are waiting for you in the booming IT/BPM sector in Sri Lanka.