ISSN 2284-7995, ISSN Online 2285-3952


Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 15 ISSUE 3
Written by Mariana BĂLAN

Irrespective if of temporary or permanent nature, the phenomenon of youths’ migration is more and more an integral part of contemporary life. Globalisation, together with market liberalisation and global economic integration encourages a mobile workforce but, also, underpins the increase of the standard of living gap between the developed and the developing world. Even if youths migration has a positive impact both for the country receiving the human capital (diminishment of the labour force deficit, production increase, slowing down the process of active population ageing, etc.), and for the country of origin (free jobs, diminishment of the unemployment rate, consistent remittances, improvement of the living standard for the families of those who migrate), still if not properly managed this phenomenon can generate unfavourable effects in particular in the area of countries supplying human capital to the other countries. The negative effects of this phenomenon are diverse from the ones regarding their demographic nature, to the ones of human capital value and competences’ nature that can contribute to economic growth, or fiscal losses because of the state investment in training the human capital that migrates subsequently, thus no longer contributing to the payment of any taxes and duties to the state of origin. The present paper presents a brief analysis of the developments of the youths’ labour market at the European Union level and in Romania and of the youths’ migration for jobs

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