Finland has a migration crisis, too: Smart, young professionals are moving out

“They leave Finland because of poor employment opportunities and future prospects. This has been happening for a long time… The difference with today’s migrants is they are better educated and leaving a welfare state that ranks as one of the best places to live in the world according to most indices.” Sound familiar? Finland is dealing with an out-migration problem similar to North Dakota, and they’ve started to assess the deeper consequences.

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Juho Korhonen, Quartz

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