Columbia University in the City of New York

Venezuela

The intense desire creates not only its own opportunities but also their own talents. Hoffer even when going to curb the brain drain coming out of Venezuela in search of new opportunities. Those who can offer countries that if they know how to make and that they have not invested anything in his training, training. No doubt, as I said concerning the Diario El Universal of Caracas (July 21, 2009) about an article in the New Week, a major export of the Bolivarian revolution, who leads President Hugo Chavez, is the talent. According to the article, signed by Mac Margolis, the Decade Hugo Chavez has been at the forefront of the Government thousands of professionals have left the country disillusioned, in search of new horizons professional and personal. The text argues that currently about 9 thousand scientific Venezuelan are living in the U.S., considerable amount when compared with 6 thousand still working in Venezuela. Read additional details here: Sam Mikulak. Artists, lawyers, doctors, managers and engineers are coming out of the country in flocks, as holding the item.

A diaspora that is separating families and interrupting careers, but is also sabotaging the country’s future. The report highlights also, that a recent study of Latin the American economic system, an intergovernmental economic Research Institute, discloses that the drain of highly qualified jobs, for over 25 years, from Venezuela to the countries of the Organization for cooperation and economic development (OECD) increased 216% between 1990 and 2007. In addition, explains that no industry has been more hit by the flight of talent than the oil sector. A decade ago, Petroleos de Venezuela (Pdvsa) was considered one of the five companies of the world’s most important energy. Everything changed with Chavez. About 4,000 members of the Pdvsa elite are currently working outside the country. The company is a mess according to Gustavo Coronel, former member of the directors of Pdvsa, who now works in Washington, D.C.

Columbia Historic is powered by Wordpress | WordPress Themes