Croatian dilemma: Why People are Fleeing the Country?

That question is how this new situation would additionally affect the number of people leaving the country.

If young people with an average salary of 1,000 euros cannot afford an apartment that costs two, three, or more thousand Euros per square meter, with consequently unaffordable rents, then what will keep them staying?
What benefit do entrepreneurs get from the free market if there are no consumers and only a minority of the wealthy and the poor remain in the country?
In a country where the emigration has never been stopped, still suffering from a shortage of workers and in which this year the number of children born will fall below 35,000, creating a new negative all-time record, it is not wise for anyone to threaten with new price increases or arbitrariness that is not in favor of the common good, according to daily Veernji list, fearing that a new wave of emigration is imminent.
"Regardless of all politicians who deny it, the fact is that with the entry into Schengen and the introduction of the Euro, we become even more vulnerable in relation to all those negativities that previously influenced the emigration of young people. Together with price increases, here we have another factor for emigration. Inflation is high, and everything was shaken, despite it happening in other countries as well. Now, we are again a border area of the EU, and we will have considerable migration pressure on Croatia," says demographer Assoc. Ph.D. sc. Stjepan terc, Head of the Department of Demography and Croatian Emigration at the Faculty of Croatian Studies.
Some employers, worried about the demographic policy, called him for an interview because they are aware of the problem of the lack of workers, and he told them that the shortage of workers...

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