out-migration


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Noun1.out-migration - migration from a place (especially migration from your native country in order to settle in another)out-migration - migration from a place (especially migration from your native country in order to settle in another)
migration - the movement of persons from one country or locality to another
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"As the population ages," Hill said, "out-migration is going to become a bigger and bigger issue."
The highest out-migration rates were registered in Alaska, Delaware and North Dakota, the report found, by no means the highest-taxed states.
A hundred years later it was down to 102 souls due to out-migration and farm consolidation.
49 Michigan for net departures among out-migration states.
Women will suffer the most from the out-migration of men from rural areas being hit hard by climate change.
Language group Cymdeithas yr Iaith has published its recommendations to strengthen the economy in an effort to reduce out-migration from Wales.
Sixty-three percent of New Jersey's moves were outbound, while 57 percent of Connecticut's moves were out-migration. Massachusetts also experienced a higher number of outbound moves at 56 percent.
They consider, but reject, the possibility that differential out-migration, selection into destinations, fertility, or labor market congestion could explain the higher education of descendants of those forced to migrate from Kresy.
Nanticoke's revenue defensibility is characterized by moderately high but stable levels of gross Medicaid and self-pay revenues, solid market position in a primary service area (PSA) with limited out-migration for care, and stable PSA demographic trends.
Currently, the US is the largest destination of out-migration from the Philippines with 36 percent in 2016, based on International Migration Highlights issued by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs.
He directed that the vision document should also focus on the challenges of unequal distribution of health workers between rural and urban areas, inadequate skills, poor job satisfaction and work environment and out-migration.