The haemorrhage of skilled and educated people from both the public and private sectors in Swaziland, which is already facing a chronic shortage of capacity, will continue unabated unless lucrative jobs start keeping people at home, a government survey has found.
"There is an unmet demand for high levels of education. The turnover rate for experienced workers is high," the newly released National Skills Survey noted. People with higher levels of education and bankable skills have been lured away by better wages in neighbouring countries like South Africa.
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Posted on 16 Aug 2007 11:15