Migraţia tinerilor din Republica Moldova - analiză statistică

Cara, Elena; Bologan, Mihail
January 2010
Romanian Statistical Review;2010, Issue 1, p33
Academic Journal
Migraâia este un fenomen inseparabil de realităâile sociale şi economice din Republica Moldova. Tinerii, fi ind cel mai mobil grup din punct de vedere al migraâiei, reprezintă exponenâii acestui fenomen, contribuind la modelarea unui nou sistem social şi economic. Plecarea la studii peste hotare sau pentru a munci reprezintă un fenomen tot mai răspândit printre tineri, datorită a doi factori esenâiali: apariâia oportunităâilor noi oferite de străinătate şi situaâia materială foarte precară a unei bune părâi a populaâiei. Pe lângă migraâia externă, foarte mulâi tineri migrează din mediul rural în mediul urban, astfel că ponderea tinerilor în mediul urban este mai mare decât în cel rural, deşi numărul copiilor născuâi la sat este net superior.


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