Its time to throw in Russia

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Russian passports last year received 4503 Frenchman magazine writes Le Soir, citing figures from Eurostat.
Germans, Russians have become, were numbered 4191. Third place for Finns: Russian citizenship there were 1925 people. Slightly fewer people become holders of Russian passports in Italy: they changed their citizenship to a Russian was 1881 man … Link
According to Rosstat only in 2011 in Russia from Germany officially moved 4518 people, and for the first 10 months of 2012, 3945 people, or almost 400 per month Link

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I am a 35-year-old Englishman, looking for a job in Moscow. In the near future visit to Moscow on a tourist visa and would be happy to go on a job interview, during my visit to discuss any offers. I have a clear voice and a good knowledge of the English language. In the UK, I'm in for 3 years at a large insurance company. I understand that I am required to clear the performance of official duties, and good performance. I hope that I have provided enough information about yourself …. You can contact me …… thank you very much … John.

I'm Abel from Barcelona (Spain) I want to move to live and work in Moscow or St. Petersburg. I studied Media Studies and Comunnication have a bachelor's degree. I speak Catalan, Spanish, English and Russian language study. I will appreciate if someone can help me with finding a new job.

Thank you, Abel

Hello I'm a baker from the Caribbean with an experience of over 4 years in a British company with 100 years of history. I have 20 years of experience in this area and I want to move to Russia and to share their experience and knowledge. You can contact me at this address ….. from mid-January 2013.

Bilger Pascal

 

I am looking for a job in Moscow DJ in a nightclub or pub … Music is my passion. Experience DJ — 5 years in France ….

Julius Mady

Hi! I am from Thailand. I know the Thai cuisine and is ready to work in a Thai restaurant …. Also nice to know I know the computer and English …. Ready for any job …. It is desirable in St. Petersburg.

Pimonrat from Phuket …

I am from Delhi, graduated from a very prestigious university. Jawaharlal Nehru. He worked for an international company of the Russian-Indian. I want to move to work in Russia ….

Pretty ….

I am very responsible and hard-working person who can work in a team and independently. I have a great architectural education I received in the UK. Trained in St. Petersburg. At the moment, would like to get a job in Russia.

Gulay Dramchini

I am an architect with 19 years of experience. I am looking for a job 0m $ 3,000 in Russia. The vast experience of the development of architectural proetov and documentations, working with drawings and supervise.

Raul Duma.

Hello everyone!

I am an IT professional with 18 years experience. I have a master's degree and work experience in international companies.

I would like to offer their professional services in the field of IT consulting, project management and software development. I have good communication skills in English, however, I currently have very poor skills in Russian. I have a permit for temporary residence in Pskov. If I introduce a contract with any company that received permission to live and work.

A.Afzal

I am looking for a job teaching English at a language school in Moscow. I am a native speaker. I very much want to move to Moscow.

Bachelor — Bachelor's degree in graphic design and TV. Higher National Diploma in Interactive Media

National Diploma in ICT System Support

Italian and Maltese — free. English — native.

Thomas Farrugia

I am looking for any job in Moscow and the regions …

Eric …

Greetings. My name is Sam, I'm 40 years old. The last 4 years I have worked as a driver in Moscow and drove expats. I have a new Toyota Camry with heated leather seats and dual zone climate control and a TV, DVD-player. I know the city very well, and I do not smoke, do not drink. I am looking for full time or part time job or even rent for delivery to the airport. Just do not want to leave Moscow …

Sam. Tel. 89262325 ….

41-year-old Frenchman, who owns Russian, French and English languages looking for work in Russia in the field of promotion of fashion and real estate. He graduated from Cambridge University in the field of fashion and real estate.

Diploma — 2011 Bulats d'Anglais Niveau intermediaire A2 — UNIVERSITE DE CAMBRIDGE-Paris

Desired salary — from 2000 euros. Full-time

Laurent Karboneres …

I am very diligent and hardworking …. I am looking for work as a teacher of English. I am a native speaker. I want to start as soon as possible …

Gopkens …

Greetings. I am from Mexico. I very much want to work in Russia in the field of marketniga and advertising. I speak Spanish and English. And really want to learn Russian ..

Eibar …

I'm a doctor from Durham. My wife is Russian and wants to return to Russia. I'm looking for a job in Russia. I am a pediatrician, but I do not speak Russian. I only teach the language. We have two children and they are bilingual.

John Walton

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The "brain drain" from Russia says a lot. Prominent media like the BBC hinted that Russia's youth on the run, that "the best and the brilliant" massively go West. A magazine The Economist did not hesitate to say that "the people" have become a major part of Russian exports, and told about the site, "It's time to throw", which offers instructions on how to emigrate. These are just some facts, but in general the idea that Russia is going through a devastating crisis of emigration, taken as a given in most of the Western media.

When I say that, according to official Russian statistics, emigration today is far less than 90 years, or even in the "good" days of the beginning of Putin's rule, many people are polite notice that emigration data from Rosstat not particularly inspire confidence ( and other rude saying that I must be very stupid or cowardly, even if able to prevent the emigration of Russian does not increase). And in some ways, even reasonable to think that emigration from Russia * should * grow. After all, is not that the people must be sick of it irresponsible political system and economic system riddled with corruption? Do people not want to go to the West, which is richer with better political structure, and the rule of law?

On the advice of a member of the European Council on Foreign Relations, Ben Judah, whom I have recently had a very interesting conversation on Twitter, I decided to make an attempt to delve into the data on immigration, on the basis of the common assumption that the receiving countries, keep track of them better than the country Falling away from them. And what do I find? Although the figures differ in magnitude from Rosstat figures, the overall trend is steadily declining emigration from Russia is exactly the same.

Here you see what happened to the emigration from Russia to Canada from 2002 to 2011, when a terrible Vladimir Putin attacked the democracy and the brightest young Russian fled. Keep in mind that Canada has suffered the global financial crisis better than almost any other developed countries:

Figure 1

And that's what happened with the Russian emigration to the United States — as the Russian took advantage of the best opportunities offered by the 'land of the free and home of the brave ":

Figure 2

Emigration from Russia to the United States decreased significantly, and is now an average of 80 percent less than in 1990.

But courtesy of the information provided by OECD — which happened when the Russian decided that it is better to continue living in the fast-developing and law-abiding Germany and South Korea:

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There are a few countries, such as Spain, France and Italy, where the flow of people leaving Russia actually increased over the period from 2000 to 2010. However, these countries have never been a major destination for Russian and a significant reduction in the flow of moving to places such as the United States and Germany, much covers any such increase. Since the table of data on OECD countries more uniform, I decided to highlight the abovementioned countries mainly because for them there is data for all years with no exceptions for the period under review, and therefore these data are more reliable. But even if you just sum up all the lines, it is clear that the number of people leaving Russia peaked in 2002, then fell by about a third. * Maybe I have not the standards, but the 33% reduction in emigration from Russia does not seem Emigration to the epochal crisis.

Can the Russian emigration crisis threatened at some point in the future, maybe even closer? Certainly. It looks very plausible, especially because it crushed the country's austerity measures, such as Spain, they sell a permanent residence permit for everyone, if they have a sufficient amount of cash (if you are financially secured and can live off the accumulated funds in Spain actually a very attractive place of residence). But the stories about the rapidly emptying Russia en masse "exporting" their people to other, more democratic and law-abiding country, just do not like the truth on whose data nor see, emigration from Russia in the 2010s is much less than it was in 2000 's or 1990's.

I have not committed any inclination with respect to the information on migration trends, so if based on data for 2012 will be that emigration from Russia suddenly has grown, I shall simply take the facts into account. But before embarking on the discussion of "brain drain" from Russia, it is worth trying to make sure it is in reality. To date, emigration from Russia is smaller than at any time in the country's post-Soviet history.

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