Alarming Statistics On Romanian Emigration
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A new report issued by the World Bank reveals that Romania has lost almost 20 percent of its workforce as a result of emigration during the past 15 years. If the current trend continues, Romania will cease to exist as a nation by the end of the century.
The report shows that Romania’s working-age population is steadily declining as a result of emigration and low labor market participation. The population of the country population fell from 22.8 million to 19.1 million between 2000 and 2021, and is projected to decrease to 17.8 million by 2030.
The report reveals that most Romanians who emigrate are younger and more educated than the population that remains in the country. Most of those who leave the country for better economic opportunities do not intend to return. The result is a shrinking workforce, less skilled workers, and lower productivity, all of which bodes ill for the country’s future economic growth.
According to the World Bank report, the causes of immigration include an inadequate education system, unfavorable attitudes towards lifelong learning, ineffective vocational training, and labor market policies, leading to skills shortages and inconsistencies with market demand.
The real causes of mass emigration, however, are linked to a corrupt political and judicial system which have stifled economic opportunities for the population. The post-1989 globalist Romanian regime has pursued policies detrimental to the country’s national interests.
The immigration policies being forced upon member states by the EU at the behest of the Soros mafia will contribute to a further dilution of the Romanian population. As a result, the mass emigration of young Romanians will eventually lead to the disappearance of the Romanian nation if the trend is not reversed and a viable anti-globalist political opposition in the country does not emerge.