EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL MIGRATION INSIGHTS IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBALIZATION: HIGHER SCHOOL GRADUATES’ ATTITUDE

Ausra Repeckiene, Nida Kvedaraite, Renata Zvireliene

Abstract


The article introduces theoretical external and internal migration insights in the context of globalization and research data on empirical migration attitude of higher-school graduates. Speculative evaluation of the problem as well as research, conducted in Lithuania, made it possible to identify the most vulnerable migration groups: IT and healthcare specialists, researchers and research workers, higher school students and graduates. Empirical part, using closed-type anonymous questionnaire reveals research target group‘s (Panevezys city higher-school graduates) preferences to external and internal migration. Using factorial research analysis reasons due to migration (cultural-political, economical, professional, personal and family) were identified.


Keywords


globalization; external and internal migration and its reasons; higher-school graduates.

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