Published on : November 30, 2020
Indian expatriates top the ‘Educated Migrants’ list in rich countries
As per data revealed by OECD, about 120 million migrants live in the organization’s member states.
Of these, almost 30 - 35% of migrants are considered highly educated. They have either undergone vocational or academic training. These numbers are a lot higher among the most common birth countries for higher educated migrants.
With more than 3 million highly educated migrants in OECD countries, India is at the forefront of the 2015-2016 list released lately. China comes second with over 2.25 million highly educated immigrants.
The Phillippines ranked 3rd behind the Indians and the Chinese.
According to the International Labour Organization, most of the high skilled in-demand migrants to OECD countries and elsewhere are professionals associated with healthcare.
Headquartered in Paris, France, the OECD is an intergovernmental economic organization established on 30th September 1961. With 37 member countries, it aims to strengthen economic cooperation and world trade.
India is a non-member but has working economic relationships with OECD member countries. The cooperation between India and OECD dates back to 1995. Plenty of ground has been covered since then.
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