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November 09, 2010


C Pinder

Excellent article which I agree with for the most part. I would suggest one alternate perspective. There are many fields with no comparable positions or opportunities for highly qualified professional abroad to return home to (I suspect such is the case for your friend the headhunter, who earns near seven figures per annum). In the global labour market there is great value to be gained by building a network of Bahamians abroad (access to innovative concepts / technology, experts, research, professional and academic experience) which can be tapped as, and if necessary. Wholesale repatriation efforts may not necessarily be the best (or even a good) option.

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