BRAIN DRAIN( HUMAN CAPITAL FLIGHT) IN MALAYSIA (FACTOR (Aggravated by…
BRAIN DRAIN( HUMAN CAPITAL FLIGHT) IN MALAYSIA
Aggravated by luxury taxes in Malaysia
lack of career prospects and unavailability of opportunities in specific fields
limited access to high-quality education
Parents emigrate because of their children’s education
democratic political system and cultural freedom
employees have a strong relationship between job satisfaction and turnover whereas the employees with high
performance were encouraged by the organizations to stay in the position
Universities have to be close, extension of higher education not possible
Universities unable to run and achieving Development Goals
develop and rich countries become richer and more developed and poor and developing countries become poorest and failure states
Economic instability leads to increased rate of unemployment and inflation
Lack of heath care professional
Poor people seriously affected by the epidemic, infectious diseases
Government need to hire foreign workers
POLICIES OR LAWS CAN BE ADOPTED TO STOP BRAIN DRAIN
Sufficient facilities for research projects in universities and establish the research cells.
Established the Government Transformation Programme (GTP) and Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) to tackle the issue from these perspectives.
The government is also currently working with Talent Corporation to attract, nurture and retain talent required for a high-income economy
The government also needs to reduce disparities in the availability of the quality basic education among states and between rural and urban areas
JPA scholarship bonds must be enforced and jobs must be made available for scholars within six months upon graduation so that they do not get away scot-free.
Government should advertised job opportunities on merit & provide specific allowance and salary for the scientists, engineers, doctors and highly intellectuals