Wales launches drive to keep young people in their homeland
The Guardian says the Welsh government is launching a drive to persuade more young people to remain in their homeland amid growing concerns that the percentage of working-age citizens is dropping to worryingly low levels.
Ministers fear that unless the “brain drain” is stopped – and more talented people can be tempted in – within a few decades the country may struggle to pay the bills to look after its ageing population.
On Monday the economy minister, Vaughatn Gething, will set out out a vision of the country’s economic future, with finding ways of retaining and bringing in talent at the centre of it.
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