out-migration

NOUN
  1. migration from a place (especially migration from your native country in order to settle in another)
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How To Use out-migration In A Sentence

  • The out-migration has reached epidemic proportions, especially among young people, " he says. "The school system here has one-half the students compared with three decades ago.
  • The new policy would seek to reverse the pattern of out-migration while strengthening the economic base of inner-city areas.
  • Restoration and improvement of ecological environment in the out-migration area not only speeds up the poverty-reduction, but also makes a firm environmental basis of its sustainable development.
  • Another factor in this differential growth rate was out-migration from the South.
  • One obvious feature from the maps is the “donut” phenomenon, the prevalence of large central county net out-migration, surrounded by a ring of substantial suburban and exurban net in-migration (about two-thirds of which is from the central core counties). Matthew Yglesias » Command and Control
  • Roberts goes on to link educational achievement with the level of economic development of the region of out-migration.
  • Due to the out-migration of agricultural labor, farm mechanization and long-term orchard growing have been implemented, the labor force has been evenly distributed in the year.
  • Roberts goes on to link educational achievement with the level of economic development of the region of out-migration.
  • The new policy would seek to reverse the pattern of out-migration while strengthening the economic base of inner-city areas.
  • Out-migration, however, had become more interregional, a trend that became even stronger during the interwar depression years.
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