More Greeks opt­ing not to come back, sur­vey shows

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Four in 10 (42 per­cent) Greeks that have mi­grated abroad in search of pro­fes­sional ca­reers and a bet­ter stan­dard of liv­ing say they will never re­turn, while half of them (51 per­cent) say they are not will­ing to con­trib­ute to the Greek econ­omy, ac­cord­ing to an an­nual sur­vey by ICAP Group. Ac­cord­ing to the group’ Brain Drain study, which was pre­sented yes­ter­day at the third Hu­man Cap­i­tal Sum­mit of ICAP Group, 63 per­cent of Greeks that have moved abroad are aged be­tween 31 and 35, while 28 per­cent are aged be­tween 26 and 30, and 18 per­cent are be­tween 36 and 40 years old.

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