800,000 People Left Pakistan to Work Abroad in 2022, Bureau of Emigration

NewsToday: Last year, around 800,000 Pakistanis left this country for jobs, told to monitoring and regulatory body of emigration and overseas employment. According to the stats, 625,8756 people went abroad for job opportunities, and 382,439 before this year. Pakistan is going through multiple problems, especially the inflation rate and sky-rocket price of dollars. With an IMF tranche of $1.1 billion, Pakistan is experiencing uncertainty on the domestic and global markets. The government's decision to raise prices has caused people to worry about their futures.

The Thomson Foundation notes that Ahsan Iqbal, the minister of planning, development, and other initiatives, is concerned about the widespread exodus of educated youth from the country. To attract talent, the government has launched a number of government initiatives.

Sabahat Abid


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