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My opinion - backed by nothing other than personal observation - is that poor countries do not want for skilled labor. No, what poor countries need is capital, and lots of it. And maybe some half decent political systems. While the "average joe on the street" can expect to have exactly zero influence on political systems, especially in corrupt nations, what he very definitely can do is immigrate and send remittances. Clearly a huge boon to recipient nations.

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