Your: "Many emigrants were recent arrivals who wanted to leave Israel again, the report said. In 2007, 14,400 immigrants are expected in Israel while 20,000 people are expected to leave the country, according to the report ...Almost half of the country`s young people were thinking of leaving the country..." (Roo) So, in 2007 Israel lost 5,600 people. It gained, however, about one million in the early nineties. Anyway, good work, Roo! As about the young people wishing to leave, who doesn't? They come and go all the time: post-docs, temporary assignments there and here, etc, isn't that nice all this wanderlust? I am stuck however...How about you Roo? But the great majority stays put... Most are doing quite well here, you know? And those who don't can't travel...c'est la vie".
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